- File Size: 700 KB
- Print Length: 225 pages
- Publisher: Credit River Publishing (October 11, 2014)
- Publication Date: October 11, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OEJP2RY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #607,645 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Twinkle Toes (Dev Haskell - Private Investigator) Kindle Edition
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Zoe Lawlor, who he knew as “Twink,” was his date for the Prom. A date that, all things considered, went surprisingly well and ended in an unexpected way. 48 hours later she was gone and he has not heard of or seen her since. He soon learns that she is wanted by the cops for another matter which means the police can’t be involved according to her friend. Among other things, Twink was doing some modeling work for a guy who, though he paid well, was apparently into some shady stuff of his own. Collette is sure something is very wrong and Dev Haskell agrees to work the case. A case that will get more and more complicated as he moves around the St. Paul area.
This is a very good short story clearly written to interest the reader in the several Dev Haskell novels. It works for that as well as well as on its own as a solidly good read tale. Twinkle Toes: Dev Haskell Short Mystery features an occasionally slightly sarcastic private investigator, a damsel in distress, and plenty of suspects in a fun read.
Twinkle Toes: Dev Haskell Short Mystery
Credit River Publishing
October 11, 2014
26 Pages (estimated)
Material was picked up during author’s ongoing free read promotion.
Kevin R. Tipple ©2014
So I started reading this one first. I read through it in one setting and then, suddenly, the book just stopped. No more. How could that be the end of a book? Then I looked and saw that it was a short story. I was seriously angry. I really liked the story and did not want it to stop. How dare he get me into a book and then it just ends after only a couple chapters? I suspect there are much worse reasons to be upset when you get to the end of what you are reading. It guarantees that my next read will be Russian Roulette.
The story opens in Heidi’s bed, Dev’s off again on again friend with benefits. Heidi knows what she is our lead and boots him out to so she can go to work; just like putting the cat out before you head to the office.
This ended a little abruptly and feels like there could be a novel here with more twists and turns.
I would highly recommend this to both new readers and those who are already fans.
She'd gone for a photo shoot for a car dealer named Tom Kruise, he traded on that name, and hadn't been seen since.
A beat down gets Haskell to bring in Lucious Dixon, an ex-football player, as back-up in the hunt for Zoe Lawler.
My firsr experience with P.I> Dev Haskell. There will be more