The Man in the White Linen Suit: A Stewart Hoag Mystery

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Product Details

Price
$18.99
Publisher
William Morrow & Company
Publish Date
Pages
272
Dimensions
5.2 X 7.9 X 0.7 inches | 0.45 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780062863300

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About the Author

David Handler is the Edgar Award-winning, critically acclaimed author of several bestselling mystery series. He began his career as a New York City reporter, and wrote his first two novels--Kiddo (1987) and Boss (1988)--about his Los Angeles childhood. In 1988 he published The Man Who Died Laughing, the first of his long-running series of mysteries starring ghostwriter Stuart Hoag and his faithful basset hound Lulu.

Reviews

"Hoagy is a thoroughly engaging amateur sleuth, as appealing to readers as he is enraging to the authorities, who can't abide his unconventional methods. This tenth installment in the series is pure pleasure."
-- Booklist (starred review)

"One of my all-time favorite series...! David Handler is so good at writing one smart, funny page-turner after another that he makes it look easy." -- Harlan Coben

"Hoagy and Lulu tickle your funny bone and touch your heart." -- Carolyn Hart

"David Handler is the master of the sly, comedic mystery." -- Adriana Trigiani

"Kept me turning the pages... The plot is influenced by a range of mystery masters, from Ross Macdonald to Agatha Christie.... The Girl with Kaleidoscope Eyes will help you remember the sun-crazed Hollywood excess of what now seems like an innocent time." -- Seattle Times

"As usual, Hoagy's narration is the bright spot in a tangle of intrigue wilder than Noel Coward ever could have imagined." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Fans of light period mysteries full of famous names will be enchanted." -- Publishers Weekly

"Kaleidoscope Eyes is Handler at his best, drawing us close to his hero and the hero's beloved pooch, Lulu, while introducing us to some of scuzziest Hollywood characters this side of James Ellroy." -- CTNews.com