Bully For You: International Edition

Bully For You: International Edition

by Dan Burley

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A missing child, an aging drunk, and a personal mystery on a grand stage.

"Bully For You" follows cantankerous, slightly-alcoholic private investigator Reggie Harper as he attempts to track down Michael Waller, a missing 11-year-old boy in Seattle, WA.
Will Detective Harper find Michael Waller before it's too late, or will something strike him down before he ever gets his feet on the ground?

"The Harper Mysteries" series follows former NYPD homicide detective Reggie Harper as he lives out his golden years in Seattle, Washington, where he works as a detective for hire. A private investigator. Detective Harper spends most of his days chasing cheating spouses, digging up dirt on bosses, or other tedious wastes of time, all in an effort to keep himself afloat.
Sometimes, however, he takes on legitimate cases - murders, rapes, kidnappings and the like - all while fighting his inner demons and trying to maintain relationships with the people he loves most.

**This edition is altered slightly from the author's original vision in order to make it available for sale in the worldwide market. The US/Canada version gives you the story in its purest form.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158749124
Publisher: Dan Burley
Publication date: 02/09/2017
Series: HARPER mysteries , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Dan Burley is a New York-bred writer, musician and artist living in the greater Charlotte area of North Carolina who really doesn't like talking about himself in third person. From a young age, he has had a great affection for crime fiction and even briefly considered a career as a detective or criminal profiler.
However, he ultimately decided writing books about a great detective and his family would prove far less dangerous than personally chasing down monsters.
The jury's still out on whether or not he was correct in that decision.

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