"Short but pleasantly enthusiastic ... Quinn's narrative often sports the hardened cynicism of a seasoned veteran ... Solo nearly steals the story; he can intimidate with a single bark and a follow-up growl." - Kirkus Reviews
A shocking, unsolved murder in the normally quiet town of Pleasant provides Eli Quinn with a mysterious case, his first as a private investigator.
Tinker Bernstein was shot in his garage, three days after his computer had been stolen in a break-in. The dual crimes must be more than a coincidence, but there are few clues and no obvious motive. Quinn's good friends, reporter Samantha Marcos and lawman Jack Beachum, help him piece together a puzzle that surprises them all.
Quinn has to break a few rules, and a few bones, along the way, and his dog Solo, the world's greatest K-9 private eye, helps keep him safe.
|Publisher:||Ink Spot Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.34(d)|
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