Mystery – Thomas Haftmann, Private Eye: The Short Stories

Thomas Haftmann, Private EyeThomas Haftmann, Private Eye: The Short Stories
By Robb White
Published: February 2017
ISBN: 9781945734090
ASIN: B06W5M773C
Genre: Short Stories, Mystery, Detective
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), kindle

“Thomas Haftmann, Private Eye” collects 15 hardboiled stories of the series character of that name, featured in three full-length novels.  Ex-cop Thomas Haftmann, formerly of Cleveland Homicide, works as a private investigator in the resort town of Jefferson-on-the-Lake. You will follow his cases in these 15 short neo-noirs. Among them are “The Kneeling Woman,” “No Escape, No Turning Back,” “The Riding Boy,” “The Slave Master’s Dungeon,” “Archangel’s Daughter,” “A Woman With Tea-Colored Eyes,” and “The Dog Returneth to His Vomit.” These have been collected from a variety of outstanding publications and blog sites, ranging from Powder Burn Flash to A Twist of Noir to Sex and Murder Magazine. Thomas Haftmann’s dark world of murder and madness is not for the cozy mystery reader.

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