The Nest

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Price
$14.99  $13.94
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Pages
308
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.77 inches | 0.71 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9798989448005

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About the Author

Hal Glatzer has been a mystery author since 1986. He was a journalist covering the computer industry when his first novel was published: a thriller about a hacker who gets into trouble hacking for organized crime. His Katy Green series features a working musician in the years before World War II, whose gigs land her in danger. Curious to learn why cities built -- but no longer have -- streetcar networks, he researched and wrote a bildungsroman to answer the question. During the pandemic he wrote five Sherlock Holmes pastiches, which were published in U.K. anthologies. He has written and produced stage play mysteries, as well as audio-plays presented in old-time-radio style. His latest novel, "The Nest," is a cozy mystery with an unusual -- possibly unique -- twist. When Hal isn't working as a writer, he works as a musician, performing "the Great American Songbook" from Tin Pan Alley and Broadway. After many years away, he now lives on his native island: Manhattan.

Reviews

"Only Murders In the Building" meets "The Joy of Sex."