The Life and Death of Rose Doucette

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Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Oceanview Publishing
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Pages
320
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Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781608096121

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About the Author
Harry Hunsicker is the best-selling author of The Life and Death of Rose Doucette, along with numerous crime novels and short stories. His novels include Shadow Boys, The Devil's Country, The Contractors, and the Shamus Award-nominated Still River, among others. Hunsicker is a fourth-generation native of Dallas, Texas, where he currently resides with his wife, Alison.
Reviews
"The Life and Death of Rose Doucette not only kept me captivated until the very end, but also reminded me why I fell in love with the PI genre. Shades of noir and the Golden Age of detective fiction wrapped up into a thrilling, modern-day, edge-of-your-seat read. Let's hope this isn't the last case for Private Investigator Dylan Fisher." --Robin Burcell, New York Times best-selling author

"After three years of no contact, ex-cop turned PI Dylan Fisher is asked by his ex-wife detective Rose Doucette to meet and discuss a troublesome case. The last thing he expected was to witness her murder. What follows is a story with more twisting and writhing than a rattlesnake traversing a hot Texas desert. Buckle up. It's a wild ride." --D. P. Lyle, award-winning author of Unbalanced

Praise for Harry Hunsicker

"With The Contractors, Hunsicker delivers a compelling thriller, a high-power rollercoaster ride across the dusty plains of West Texas and the back streets of Dallas." --Harlan Coben, New York Times best-selling author

"Hunsicker's latest book imagines a frightening scenario: private military contractors--the corporate soldiers usually found roaming the deserts of Iraq and Afghanistan--are operating within the borders of the United States. With a relentless pace and doses of black humor, Hunsicker creates a thrilling combination of 'what-if' with an altogether plausible 'what-actually-might-be', giving the reader a remarkable post-9/11, War-on-Drugs novel." --David Morrell, New York Times best-selling author

"The Contractors is the fully-loaded model with all the options. With streetwise and wisecracking Jon Cantrell and Piper at the wheel, they take the reader for one hell of a ride through the drug and crime-ravaged parts of Texas that don't appear on picture postcards or tourist brochures." --Reed Farrel Coleman, New York Times best-selling author

"Hunsicker's strong third Lee Henry Oswald contemporary hard-boiled mystery, like its two predecessors...does for Dallas what Loren Estelman's Amos Walker novels have done for Detroit...Hunsicker has a flair for turning phrases and his broken, wounded characters could have stepped straight from the pages Cornell Woolrich's despairing stories." --Publishers Weekly

"This novel offers arresting descriptions of Dallas' many mean streets; complex, interesting characters; and a relentless narrative drive. Compelling reading from a new name in noir." --Booklist