A Good Bunch of Men: A Dickie Floyd Detective Novel

| July 28, 2018

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Dead prostitutes can seem like part of the landscape in South Los Angeles. What, then, could render two veteran homicide detectives speechless as they stand over their latest victim?

Tightly-wound Dickie Jones and his smart and cocky partner, Matt “Pretty Boy Floyd” Tyler, find themselves entangled with gang members and a sexy drug dealer as they uncover a nefarious plot rife with greed, sex, and betrayal.

Can law enforcement’s “odd couple” survive fights, shootouts, and a sniper who wants them dead? What about their wives, and their captain, all of whom have had it with them both?

A Good Bunch of Men will have you laughing, gasping, and craving the next in the Dickie Floyd Detective series.

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“Finally, someone wrote it the way it should be written and added a few twists along the way. Real page turner.” – J. Sheehy

“I was totally blown away. Unable to put the book down. Anyone with law enforcement experience MUST read this book.” – JZ

“There’s nothing like authenticity to set a book apart.” – Jackson

“This work of fiction will take you into the heart of a homicide investigation, with its many twists and turns. Excellent character development and the story is a page-turner.” – A. Argott

“If you want to know how murders are truly investigated and solved, and how homicide detectives think, walk, and talk, then A Good Bunch of Men is for you.” – J. Knight

“This book gets you behind the yellow tape of a murder scene and investigation. You will feel as though you’re living the life of a homicide investigator.” – Cliff Yates

“I’ve read a lot of law enforcement type stories, and this is probably the best one yet. The author obviously writes from experience.” – George B.

“But once in a while, an author comes along who has not only been there and done that, but comes to the table with an eye for plotting, dialogue, and intrigue. And when that happens, one can celebrate their literary blessings.” – Dean Scoville, Author of A Gun, A Badge, and An Attitude.

“Dickie Floyd belongs on the bookshelf of every Joseph Wambaugh and Michael Connelly fan. Wambaugh and Connelly write about LAPD. The author has written the quintessential LA County Sheriff’s Department novel.” – Phil

“Crime, fights, guns, with laughs and a dash of booze mixed in give us an inside look at the life of homicide detectives.” – Richard Powers

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