Smokin’ Hot Mess (The Arthur Quinn Mysteries)

| January 13, 2014


Smokin' Hot Mess (The Arthur Quinn Mysteries)

Arthur Quinn spends his free time helping his friends and loose associates out of dire straits to soothe a guilty conscience. When he’s not managing his inheritance or tending bar, Quinn wanders the side streets of his beloved hometown of Austin Texas and parts beyond looking for trouble.

The amateur detective is in the middle of a work out when the phone rings. An old friend is just stepping out of the police station after a long interrogation. Earlier that morning, someone had murdered her estranged husband and left the body cooling in the driveway. Now the police have her in their sights and she needs someone who knows the police.

Quinn steps in and interferes in the police investigation, leaving a trail of business cards in his wake. An angry detective wants him for tampering with the case as Quinn searches for the killer, afraid that the clues will lead back to his old friend.

This volume also includes the rough draft of the first chapter of the next Quinn novel, The Milk Run.


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