Lucky Dog and Other Tales of Murder (Five Star First Edition Mystery Series) ebook
by Dick Lochte
I got to know Dick Lochte's work through his two novels (Sleeping Dog and Laughing Dog) "written by" the PI duo of Leo Bloodworth and precocious teen girl Serendipity Dahlquist.
I got to know Dick Lochte's work through his two novels (Sleeping Dog and Laughing Dog) "written by" the PI duo of Leo Bloodworth and precocious teen girl Serendipity Dahlquist. Unfortunately, only 3 of the 9 stories in this volume involve the pair": Lucky Dog and Rappin' Dog, narrated by Serendipitiy, and Mad Dog by Leo. Lochte also wrote two books, Blue Bayou and The Neon Smile, featuring the New Orleans detective Terry Manion (and his mentor, . Legendre), which I haven't yet read.
Start by marking Lucky Dog, And Other Tales Of Murder as Want to Read . It's 1960s New Orleans in Murder at the Mardi Gras and private eye . Legendre is involved in investigating the murder of the young pregnant wife of an industry baron.
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Results from Google Books. In Vampire Dreams a young woman investigates an old Hollywood murder case and almost loses her life. Lucky Dog introduces the team of Leo Bloodworth and Serendipity Dahlquist when they pool their considerable investigative talents to see whether Leo's girlfriend killed herself with sleeping pills or was murdered.
Lucky Dog, and Other Tales of Murder, Five Star (Unity, ME), 2000. SIDELIGHTS: Richard S. Lochte has proven his skill as a mystery writer. With Christopher Darden) . Justice, Warner Books (New York, NY), 2000. With Christopher Darden) The Last Defense, New American Library (New York, NY), 2002.
There’s something satisfying about the best murder mystery books. The crime of murder is inherently terrifying, which makes these stories part horror fiction and part puzzle. You can feel the danger of murder looming in the background while also having the satisfaction of solving the crime in the foreground of the story. The reader knows that in the end, whether or not he or she is caught, the murderer will at least be identified
Here is our first sight of Stutleigh Manor: ‘It loomed up out of the darkness, a stark shape against .
And then the moon moved from behind a cloud and the house was revealed; beauty, symmetry and mystery bathed in white light. We know right now that something sinister and mysterious lies ahead. Five minutes later I followed the small circle of light from Paul’s torch through the porch with its country paraphernalia of walking-sticks, brogues, rubber boots and umbrellas, under the blackout curtain and into the warmth and brightness of the square hall.
The Listerdale Mystery is a short story collection written by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by William Collins and Sons in June 1934. The book retailed at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6). The collection did not appear in the US; however, all of the stories contained within it did appear in other collections only published there.