The Wailoa Waltz by Tom Bradley Jr.

The Wailoa Waltz by Tom Bradley Jr.

by Tom Bradley Jr.
The Wailoa Waltz by Tom Bradley Jr.

The Wailoa Waltz by Tom Bradley Jr.

by Tom Bradley Jr.

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Overview

For Hawaiian PI Noelani Lee, a typical Wednesday morning begins like any other day. But a bizarre series of events propels her into a case rife with disjointed family dynamics, unsettled scores, and murder.

It all starts when an elderly survivor of the 1960 tsunami asks Noelani to find her lost maneki neko, or Japanese lucky cat. One problem: the ceramic figurine has been missing for 30 years. But before she can say "no," Noelani is caught in a grudge-fueled tug-of-war between the scions of two once-powerful organized crime families, who also want the cat, and a shadowy former underworld kingpin, whose motives are less than transparent.

In taking a case she doesn't want and would be better off avoiding, Noelani finds a connection between the missing cat and a decades-old unsolved murder—and an unexpected, unwanted, and gut-wrenching family reunion.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940160901831
Publisher: Tom Bradley Jr.
Publication date: 11/05/2019
Series: The Noelani Lee Mysteries , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 951 KB

About the Author

Legend has it that Tom Bradley Jr. began his writing career on his second birthday when he used cake icing to scribe something illegible on his high chair. He’s been doing it ever since.

After serving seven years in the U.S. Navy, Tom wrote for community and daily newspapers in San Diego County and later launched a second career in public relations, first in Las Vegas, then in San Antonio, then back in Las Vegas. Along the way, he picked up a B.A. in Communications from National University in San Diego, and an M.A. in Strategic Communication and Leadership from Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J.

Tom lives an idyllic suburban existence in Henderson, Nevada, with his wife, Donna; a Bengal cat named Malia; and a basset hound puppy who sometimes answers to Lola.

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