The Cheerio Killings

The Cheerio Killings From Publishers WeeklyIn This Surprising, Uncompromising First Novel, Cowboy Cop Lupe Garcia With A Rep For Violence And No Regard For The Proper Channels Investigates The Throat Slashing Murders Of Several Women In The Detroit Area Under Pressure To Make An Arrest, Garcia Pegs Guitar Playing Redneck Lamont Yarborough As The Killer, For A Variety Of Insufficient Reasons While Amassing Evidence, Garcia Pursues His Romantic Interest In Linda Kerry, A Reporter With The Detroit Free Press Who S Working On A Story About Yarborough By Whom She S Both Intrigued And Frightened After Yarborough Disarms A Gun Wielding Madman In The Presence Of Press And Upper Echelon Police, Garcia Is Told To Investigate Other Possible Suspects, And When He Complains, Is Accused Of Conflict Of Interests Eg Jealousy Over Kerry Hairpin Twists Add To An Already Solid Plot Allyn Displays A Flair For Gritty, Colloquial Dialogue, A Heartfelt Love For Music And Its Late Night, Honky Tonk Environment, And A Talent For Making Even The Most Incidental Characters Flesh And Blood Originals

Doug Allyn is the author of two previous novels, Motown Underground and The Cheerio Killings, featuring a Detroit police detective as well as the first Mitch Mitchell mystery, Icewater Mansions A number of his short stories have won national awards, including the 1994 Edgar Award for Best Short Story His day job is a night one Allyn is a professional musician who travels with his wife, Eve, s

➜ [KINDLE] ❆ The Cheerio Killings By Doug Allyn ➦ –
  • Hardcover
  • 252 pages
  • The Cheerio Killings
  • Doug Allyn
  • English
  • 15 February 2019
  • 9780312033026

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