The Dirty Lowdown called Mike Faricy America's hottest new mystery writer. Robert Carraher referred to him as Minnesota's Master of the Bizarre. Crime Scene referred to him as the next Carl Hiaasen. Crime Capers said; "Open at your own risk, you won't put him down." Under Cover wrote; "This guy is nuts and one hell of a lot of fun." The Irish Gazette referred to "The laugh a minute story lines of Faricy's deliciously engaging worlds."
His Dev Haskell series books are stand alone, they can be read in any order. His Corridor Man series is written under the pseudonym Mick James and should be read in order. Faricy's novels are filled with the sort of oddballs we're all curious about, but wisely prefer to keep at a distance. His characters serve not so much as an example as they do a warning to us all. None of them will be saving the world from terrorism, international banking conspiracies or coups to take over the government. Rather, Faricy's characters inhabit a world just below the surface of polite society. The circumstances they find themselves in are usually due to their own bad decisions, but then bad decisions make for interesting stories.
Reminiscent of the late Robert B. Parker, Faricy's tightly woven Dev Haskell series is penned with a delightful sense of humor and even some romance. Entertainment is the name of the game as back slapping, corner cutting, babe magnet Dev Haskell interacts with such quirky characters as ice cream mogul Mr. Swirlee, The D'Angelo brothers, local crime lord Tubby Gustafson, 'Fat Freddie' Zimmerman, former NFL tight end Luscious Dixon, exotic dancer Swindle Lawless, and gorgeous Heidi Bauer. The Dev Haskell novels can be read in any order.
Faricy's debut stand alone novel was Slow, Slow, Quick, Quick. He has also written five additional stand alone titles; Baby Grand, Chow for Now, End of the Line, Finders Keepers and Merlot.
Faricy also wrote the popular novella Irish Dukes under the pen name Jack Tunney in the wildly successful Fight Card series.
Mike Faricy also writes the Corridor Man series under the pen name Nick James. The series should be read in order. It's a bit more gritty than the Dev Haskell series and a lot more violent.
Mike Faricy also writes the Jack Dillon Dublin Tale series under the pseudonym Patrick Emmett. US Marshal Jack Dillon is sent to Dublin to escort a prisoner back to the US. Things don't go exactly as planned and trouble ensues. Dillon becomes permanently stationed in Dublin, just to get him out of his boss's hair. Things take an entertaining turn from there think a cross between Dev Haskell and James Bond. Enjoy the reads!
Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, Faricy still spends part of his time in the saintly city as well as in Dublin, Ireland. Contact information for Mike Faricy is listed just after this shameless list of titles. Thanks for taking the time and be sure to tell 2-300 of your closest friends.
Dev Haskell - Private Investigator series: (Read in any order)
Russian Roulette: Case 1
Mr. Swirlee: Case 2
Bite Me: Case 3
Bombshell: Case 4
Tutti Frutti: Case 5
Last Shot: Case 6
Ting-A-Ling: Case 7
Crickett: Case 8
Bulldog: Case 9
Double Trouble: Case 10
Yellow Ribbon: Case 11
Dog Gone: Case 12
Scam Man: Case 13
Foiled: Case 14
What Happens in Vegas: Case 15
Twinkle Toes (a short story)
Doll House (A Dev Haskell novella)
Pixie (A Dev Haskell novella)
Corridor Man series should be read in order, written under the pseudonym Nick James.
Corridor Man 1
Corridor Man 2: Opportunity Knocks
Corridor Man 3: The Dungeon
Corridor Man 4: Dead End
Corridor Man 5: Finger
Corridor Man: Valentine (novella)
Corridor Man: Auditor (novella)
Jack Dillon Dublin Tales series written under the pseudonym Patrick Emmett;
Jack Dillon Dublin Tale 1: Welcome
Jack Dillon Dublin Tale 2: Sweet Dreams
Jack Dillon Dublin Tale 3: Mirror Mirror
Stand alone reading order:
Slow, Slow, Quick, Quick
Chow for Now
End of the Line
Novella: Irish Dukes (In the Fight Card series under the pseudonym Jack Tunney)
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