Death of an Escort: The First Ray Crusafi Mystery

Overview

Ray Crusafi prefers simple private investigator work—like stake-outs. But with work drying up, he’s forced to take the only job available, looking into the suicide of a prostitute.

She only serviced woman clientele, but was engaged to a local businessman. Ray digs deeper and uncovers the victim’s fiancé leads a double life. Not only that, but the last woman to sleep with ...
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Overview

Ray Crusafi prefers simple private investigator work—like stake-outs. But with work drying up, he’s forced to take the only job available, looking into the suicide of a prostitute.

She only serviced woman clientele, but was engaged to a local businessman. Ray digs deeper and uncovers the victim’s fiancé leads a double life. Not only that, but the last woman to sleep with the victim is hiding something and is desperate to keep Ray from finding out what it is. Shortly afterwards, hired killers attack him at night, but Ray survives.

Even more desperate attempts to silence him are made. Ray plots and schemes to stay alive, while dealing with a dark secret of his own. One far more dangerous than the case he’s working.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466351325
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • Publication date: 12/11/2011
  • Pages: 242
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Meet the Author

Action and adventure are what you’d expect in one of Nathan Pennington’s stories. A writer of both novels and short stories, Nathan draws on a wide range of experiences to make his stories realistic and exciting. If asked, his best source for writing material comes from merely observing what is really happening all around him on a daily basis.

Nathan currently lives with his wife and daughter in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
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  • Posted April 15, 2012

    A decent fast paced, sometimes violent, private detective book.

    A decent fast paced, sometimes violent, private detective book. I enjoyed Ray even though he is a violent (at times) person with an unknown past.

    There are smatterings of humor that help the story. There are some grammatical and misspellings that do not help. Overall this is a good read for mystery fans. The story is interesting and I will probably read more in the series.

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