Lannie Wright turns the story over to the characters from the beginning just to see how they might get into trouble. He believes that each person tells a unique story and it�s the author�s job to blend those stories together no matter how serious (or absurd) they become. He lives on California mountainside in Carmel Valley, CA with his wife Melissa, their Black Lab, Barney and Little Girl, the precocious cat who rules them all.
Monterey Madness: Mr. One Pocketby L. C. Wright
With his best friend accused of murder, Shaw is drawn into a cat and mouse chase of who-dun-it where the good guys are not so good and the
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Nothing muddles a great home life quicker than a suspension from your job and an unexpected visit from an eccentric, skirt-chasing, father-in-law. Detective Adam Shaw thought his life couldn�t get any worse�until it did.
With his best friend accused of murder, Shaw is drawn into a cat and mouse chase of who-dun-it where the good guys are not so good and the bad guys may be his only salvation. When the clues lead to police corruption, Shaw must go outside conventional resources and enlist the help of an eclectic band of miscreants who know more about breaking the law than solving a crime.
The straight shooting, black and white, Shaw, jumps headfirst into a world of gray. Forced into the realm of weird, new friends and deadly foes, the old-school detective struggles to survive�Monterey Madness.
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