Michael Haskins

Monday, January 9, 2012

Bill Crider's Private Eye Truman Smith returns

My friend and fellow writer Bill Crider has released three of this Truman Smith PI series as eBooks. Check them out for that new Kindle you got during the holidays.

About the books:
 Dead on the Island:  Private-eye Truman Smith returns to his hometown of Galveston, Texas, to investigate the disappearance of his sister.  He runs into people from his past, finds a cat, and gets into a lot of trouble.  Publishers Weekly says that Smith is "another well-drawn protagonist, this time a moody, introspective PI in the finest tradition, who works in a seamy city smoldering with old and dangerous secrets. "

Gator Kill:  Who'd investigate the killing of an alligator?  Private-eye Truman Smith would.  Publisher's weekly says:  "Soon the brooding gumshoe is stumbling over the bodies of dead humans, is shot at and run down by a souped-up four-by-four as he's embroiled in a plot complete with crooked police, a possible land-grabbing scheme and bad guys who, but for their lack of redeeming good nature, could be Damon Runyon inventions."

When Old Men Die:  Does anybody care when old men die?  Private-eye Truman Smith does, and he's going to find out who's responsible, even if it kills him.  


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