The Last Dance Of Low Seward

The Last Dance Of Low Seward

by Brad Grusnick

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Harsh January rain falls on a sick homeless man...

Roaming the dark streets of Los Angeles, Ray Cobb wants nothing more than a dry place to sleep. But his night is far from over.

The comfort of his Chinatown squat has been tainted by murder and Ray is the only suspect in the killing. To clear his name, he must turn to his old friend, Detective Nick Archer. But Ray is going to have to prove his innocence without Nick's help. The detective is dealing with a bizarre murder case of his own.

Low Seward, the biggest action star in the world, has just been found shot and mutilated in a dirty Skid Row apartment. Nick only has two leads--a packet of mysterious purple powder found on the victim and a set of whacked out witnesses glued to the floor.

Ray and Nick's investigations collide as they slide deep into a pulp noir world of drugged out movie stars, indentured Ukrainian hitmen, and a fastidious florist prone to kidnapping.

Mistakes from the past resurface and both men learn reckless decisions can have dire consequences.

The Last Dance of Low Seward is the second volume of Brad Grusnick's Vagrant Mystery Series, a modern noir exploring the underbelly of Los Angeles. Be sure to pick up Book 1 in the series, The Last Will and Testament of Ernie Politics.

Vagrant Mystery Series ebook Categories

- Criminal Thrillers
- Pulp Thrillers
- Noir Crime
- Vigilante Justice
- Hard-Boiled Detective
- Thriller Detective Series
- Mystery Series
- Conspiracies

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151526494
Publisher: Strange Scribe
Publication date: 04/20/2015
Series: Vagrant Mystery Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 374
File size: 608 KB

About the Author

Brad Grusnick, a native of Wausau, Wisconsin, graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelor's Degree in Theatre. He studied Improv and Comedy Writing with The Second City Conservatory in Chicago and went on to write for several sketch comedy shows in both Chicago and Los Angeles. He helped co-create the stage show and podcast, Mohansen High School. He currently writes for the Los Angeles sketch comedy group, Dry Hump Comedy, and the independent anthology series, The World of Steam.

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