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Telegraph Hill [NOOK Book]

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In this humorous series, Dick Londergan is a private detective from the old school, the kind who likes his women leggy, his bourbon neat, and his coffee black. In TELEGRAPH HILL, the first installment of the DICK LONDERGAN CHRONICLES, Dick gets sidetracked on the way to his next case.

THE DICK LONDERGAN CHRONICLES are an homage to the iconic private detectives of the past, about a guy who finds himself lost in a world where lines of reality and fantasy blur, and one in which the...

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Telegraph Hill

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Overview

In this humorous series, Dick Londergan is a private detective from the old school, the kind who likes his women leggy, his bourbon neat, and his coffee black. In TELEGRAPH HILL, the first installment of the DICK LONDERGAN CHRONICLES, Dick gets sidetracked on the way to his next case.

THE DICK LONDERGAN CHRONICLES are an homage to the iconic private detectives of the past, about a guy who finds himself lost in a world where lines of reality and fantasy blur, and one in which the greatest mystery of all might be, who is Dick Londergan?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000900550
  • Publisher: Brendan P. Myers
  • Publication date: 4/13/2010
  • Series: Dick Londergan Chronicles
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 322,192
  • File size: 111 KB

Meet the Author

Brendan P. Myers is the author of several novels whose stories have appeared in a variety of anthologies. He has a good sense of humor and is a lot of fun at parties.

Be sure to check out his latest novel THE MOUND, a fairy horror mystery romance in which faeries are real, boys can fly, and true love conquers all. For information and updates, be sure to visit his website and check in on Facebook.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2014

    What a gumshoe!

    Words don't always lead to clearly understanding a situation. This should continue into more chapters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2013

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    Hilarious story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2012

    So so is right jmm44

    A private eye story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2012

    so so

    Aubu1964
    I started this novel on Thursday April 25th 2012. This book started ion page 3 and ended on page 31.
    The person went up on Telegraph Hill and the client worked on the second floor of this building. His name was Kyle and he is mid twenties he was like his secretary. He had caught this guys attention he had good references and that was important to him. Kyle's computer was bleeping the person was schoolboy13 and the other one was Kylenineinch. He was game. it was the Feds at the bar. This was an internet predator. They wanted this person put your hands up and got to the ground. This was a good book. I had enjoyed it. ShelleyMa

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