Slip Horn Jive And Other Stories 1510012248

Slip Horn Jive And Other Stories 1510012248

by Aaron H Oliver

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Overview

A small caliber revolver was in her right hand, and a dark hole with a kiss of blood adorned her right temple. She was dead! Was it SUICIDE or MURDER? ...  Lander snatched the compact binoculars from his pocket. It was a cab. He got the company and the number. Hopefully, it would be enough to save MARIA ELENA ... It was VJ DAY 1945. A car stopped at the edge of the road.  The roadsters lights illuminated it all, just not soon enough for the wild driver to react  ...  A rich man; a poor man. In this case, both seemed to have the same ADVERSARY ... With three hard strokes, Mike moved deeper and closer to the searching diver. It was important that Lander remain HIDDEN ...  She was slender with bright flashing eyes. Her luxurious black hair fell in rippling burnished clusters around her face. Was she a KILLER?.

Murder, kidnapping, and counterfeiting. Welcome to Post- World War II California. This is where Private-Eye MIKE LANDER does business.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158547287
Publisher: Aaron H Oliver
Publication date: 11/07/2017
Series: A Mike Lander Casebook , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

I call myself a member of the first true television generation. I fell in love with the medium at an early age. My passion translated to my choice of careers, and for 30+ years I've made my living producing commercials, public affairs shows, news reports, public service announcements, and finally teaching high students about the business. After writing so many words for the teleprompter or a narrator, my family challenged me to write something more. I loved the old detective shows of my youth - Mannix, Cannon, Rockford Files, and the much underappreciated Harry O. Therefore for my first outing I've cobbled together some tales of a Private Eye I created when I was 12, in stories that would make great weekly prime-time entertainment.

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