Line of Darkness: Volume 4

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Product Details
Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Oceanview Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
336
Dimensions
6.14 X 9.21 X 1.34 inches | 1.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781608095643

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About the Author
Born in San Francisco, with its rich literary history and a public transport system teeming with characters suitable for crime novels, the stage was set for Max Tomlinson to become a mystery writer. In addition, his time abroad has inspired a variety of flavors in his writing. His published work includes a crime series set in South America, an international espionage series, and now the USA Today best-selling Colleen Hayes Mystery Series, set in 1970s San Francisco. Line of Darkness is the fourth novel in the series.
Reviews
Praise for the Colleen Hayes Mystery Series

"[Line of Darkness is a] tightly crafted crime thriller with writing that hums and vibrates on the page . . . Buy your ticket and get in line, you'll want to be first on this wild ride." --Carlene O'Connor, USA Today best-selling author

"Line of Darkness is an engrossing noir novel that grows darker and more complex under the lingering pall of Nazism." --Foreword Reviews

"Atmospheric and tense, this one sizzles with twists that entertain and magnetize, whetting the appetite for more." --Steve Berry, New York Times best-selling author

"As beautifully written as it is expertly crafted, [the series] features characters drawn with the touch of a master artist and a story that sizzles even as it scintillates." --Jon Land, USA Today best-selling author

* "[In Tie Die, Tomlinson] deepens the character of his multi-layered lead, Colleen Hayes, an unlicensed PI and ex-con who's still on parole. Readers will want to learn more about this surprising and pragmatic woman." --Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)

"Tomlinson's evocation of San Francisco at that time is spot on, and Colleen is an appealing kick-ass detective." --Booklist

"Bad Scene is an enjoyable read that captures the imagination of mystery and thriller readers--and those who harbor hope that anyone in depths of despair can climb out of the abyss." --Bookreporter

"Max Tomlinson serves up the perfect mystery in this edgy new detective series set in '70s San Francisco. Colleen Hayes, an ex-con in search of her missing teenage daughter, finally lands her first big case. There's just one problem: she must find a killer who's been lurking since the Summer of Love. Not to be missed." --James N. Frey, author of How to Write a Damn Good Thriller

"Max Tomlinson delivers a gritty, gripping story set in a fascinating time. Colleen Hayes is a deeply sympathetic sleuth, all too human. I can't wait for her next adventure." --Evan Marshall, author of City in Shadow

"I've just three words to say about [Vanishing in the Haight] by Max Tomlinson--Wow. Just. Wow. Tomlinson's taut, spare, evocative writing style is an absolute beauty. You couldn't ask for a better guide through the dark, shadowy flashback haze of '70s San Francisco." --Tracy Clark, author of Broken Places