Forty-Deuce

Forty-Deuce

by Stan Trybulski

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Forty-Deuce by Stan Trybulski

Critically-acclaimed author Stan Trybulski is back and this time he tells another chain of intriguing and mysterious events with the release of his new book Forty-Deuce, the latest entry in his Doherty series of mysteries.

Forty-Deuce follows the continuing exploits of Doherty, the rough and tumble former Brooklyn prosecutor who is now an attorney for the New York City Department of Education. Accompanied by his old Army pal Hank and his girlfriend Dana, Doherty is in a desperate search for a young teenage girl who is the crucial witness he needs in order to force a sadistic pervert out of the public school system. As they pursue their action-packed quest through the seamy streets of New York City to the staid mansions of Newport, RI, Doherty finds himself pitted against unknown forces also searching for his witness. Who will find her first and just what is at stake? Buckle on your seat belts and follow this fast-moving, gritty plot to find out, all the while enjoying the polished character treatment and razor-sharp dialogue.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781436334990
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication date: 08/20/2008
Pages: 212
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

Stan Trybulski, the author of Forty-Deuce, is a graduate of Columbia University and Brooklyn Law School. He was a felony trial prosecutor for the district attorney's office in Brooklyn before going into private practice. Prior to becoming an attorney, Trybulski was a newspaper reporter, college administrator and bartender. His prior novels, The Gendarme and The Ides of June, have been well received. A native New Yorker, he has traveled the world extensively and now devotes his time between France and two acres of Connecticut tranquility. His next novel, One-Trick Pony, the third in the popular Doherty series, will be published early next year. For more information, please visit www.stantrybulski.com

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Forty-Deuce 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Every public school parent should read Forty-Deuce and then discuss it with their child. Forty-Deuce follows the continuing exploits of Doherty, the rough and tumble former Brooklyn prosecutor who is now an attorney for the New York City Department of Education. Accompanied by his old Army pal Hank and his girlfriend Dana, Doherty is in a desperate search for a young teenage girl who is the crucial witness he needs in order to force a sadistic pervert out of the public school system. As they pursue their action-packed quest through the seamy streets of New York City to the staid mansions of Newport, RI, Doherty finds himself pitted against unknown forces also searching for his witness. Who will find her first and just what is at stake? Buckle on your seat belts and follow this fast-moving, gritty plot to find out, all the while enjoying the polished character treatment and razor-sharp dialogue. Stan Trybulski, the author of Forty-Deuce, is a graduate of Columbia University and Brooklyn Law School. He was a felony trial prosecutor for the district attorney¿s office in Brooklyn before going into private practice. Prior to becoming an attorney, Trybulski was a newspaper reporter, college administrator and bartender. His prior novels, The Gendarme and The Ides of June, have been well received. A native New Yorker, he has traveled the world extensively and now devotes his time between France and two acres of Connecticut tranquility. His next novel, One-Trick Pony, the third in the popular Doherty series, will be published early next year. For more information about Stan, please visit Forty-Deuce.Blogspot.com
Guest More than 1 year ago
An edgy, modern day mystery with a set of interesting off-beat characters. I loved the snappy dialogue and twisiting plot. A great read for a rainy day or that long commute.