His free-spirited protagonist, Ben Candidi, accepts the dual challenge of finding the murderer and discovering what made him do it in the first place. Dirk's interests also include the South Florida waters, technology's business applications of science, multiculturalism -- and the telling of a good story. He has received the icon Award from the National Writers Association (S. FL Chapter), he is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, and his first mystery novel, Pharmacology Is Murder, was selected as the Best First Mystery of 1998 by Joe's Detective Pages. Dirk invites your visit his web site. He is hard at work on two more Ben ! Candidi mysteries.
You don't need to know beans about biotechnology to enjoy this fast-paced romp through the shady side of science in Miami's backyard. Read morePublished on May 10, 2001 by Laura B.
Once again, Dirk Wyle has accomplished the feat of incorporating his specialized technological expertise into a mystery novel that is interesting, well-paced, and entertaining. Read morePublished on June 2, 2000 by Ira Sandron
Dirk Wyle seems to know more about science and bio-tech thrillers than Robin Cook or Michael Palmer. This is a novel for intelligent readers with a science background. Read morePublished on May 29, 2000 by Norman Bogner
Dirk Wyle carefully mixes his reservoir of scientific knowledge with the intrigue and suspense of great stories. Ben Candidi has become an old friend. Read morePublished on April 22, 2000 by Edward P. Ahrens, Jr.