Huckleberry Dick: A love story Detective Tale

Huckleberry Dick: A love story Detective Tale

by Rod Martin
Huckleberry Dick: A love story Detective Tale

Huckleberry Dick: A love story Detective Tale

by Rod Martin

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Overview

This book is a love story, detective tale. You decide if it's a great American novel.

Joe Freedom is a private investigator who finds lost things. Sometimes they don't want to be found, which makes it all the more interesting. And for the first time since the last time, he's found love, or thinks he has, shrinks he has. (You'll see).

The case: Professor Otis Grille's daughter Alex is missing. Her family and friends are clueless as to her whereabouts. Joe and his therapist, Vana Fox, team up to profile Alex, search for her, and learn to love each other. They practice often.

Why is Alexandra Grille hiding out at the Bayview Rehab Center under a cloak of deniability and doctor-patient privilege. She paid cash. She told no one. Is she running away from herself or from someone else? Can Joe find the professor's daughter before something awful befalls her?

Prose, rap, and other poetic pursuits provide the backdrop for clues and blues. How is a part-time PI supposed to find someone so intent on being lost? Does love get in the way? How can it not? Vana's hot.

Those are the questions. You'll find your answers within.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781961677289
Publisher: Quippy Quill LLC
Publication date: 11/13/2023
Pages: 142
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

Rod Martin is a published author, poet, songwriter and playwright living in a Hawaii rain forest called Kahalu'u.. For thirty years, he taught Poetry, Drama, English, and Television Production in Hawaii Public Schools.Recently retired, he wrote three books to help teachers: Drama Games and Acting Exercises teaches how to incorporate improvisational theatre into the curriculum; Future Poets serves as a guide to writing new styles of poetry; and Write On provides writing prompts and quotations to help students get started with writing. His first novel, Jesse, Son of God, is based on autobiographical experiences framed in a wager between God and the Devil. His latest book, Huckleberry Dick" is a love story detective novel featuring Joe Freedom, private investigator and Vana Fox, his voluptuous therapist.Rod's children's books include "The Tale of Natalie Nightingale," "Baby's Day," "Excuses, Excuses," "The Tale of the Vorpul Snit," "Check This Out," and "Things I Don't Know."Rod is also involved in the local theatre scene, having written and produced several movie musicals: the children's sci-fi melodrama musical, "Star Pieces"; the gospel musical, "One More Time!"; and the whodunit musical, "Love Hurts, But Murder Kills."
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