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A Role to Kill For By H. Paul Doucette
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When the mutilated body of a young man is found in an alley in the early hours of a winter's day, events would be set in motion that would lead Matt Murphy into the world of a young woman's twisted... More > desire to find a love that could never be had and the betrayal of a father. As the bodies pile up, he is drawn into the delusional mind of a serial killer who is obsessed with young, handsome actors working the Off Broadway circuit of the Village. Why these men? And, why the mutilations? As Murphy delves further into the case, he knows he is moving closer to a confrontation: a confrontation that will stay with him for the rest of his life.< Less
Revenge Is A Dish Best Served By H. Paul Doucette
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Two years ago, on a dark and quiet empty New York street, two NYPD detectives approached a neighborhood bar and were gunned down by unknown assailants. The shooting was a set-up arranged by two dirty... More > Vice cops. One officer died. The other survived. His name was Abe Goldman and that night he had two very good things in his corner: Luck, and his best friend. Matt Murphy. Before Goldman left the hospital, Murphy had succeeded in bringing those behind the shooting down. All except one.< Less
Red Sun Over Panama By H. Paul Doucette
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Just prior to WWII, Japan has made its first move to cripple America's ability to challenge them in the Pacific Ocean. The Panama Canal. Washington has grave concerns about the safety and security of... More > the Canal and orders the Counterintelligence Police Corps to ensure the Canal remains open and free from sabotage. This has fallen to one agent: Paul Jarvis. He is dispatched to the Canal to work in cooperation with the FBI and the Office of Naval Intelligence. They soon uncover a plot to blow up the Pacific locks. The clock is ticking. In the distance the Red Sun rises above the horizon.< Less
Silk Slippers and Tutus By H. Paul Doucette
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Being a Private Detective in Greenwich Village has its ups and downs. There are fewer areas of art where such beauty is as wondrously presented than in the world of ballet. Or, at least, one would... More > think so. New York is famous for many things including for being a center of culture, so when a young dancer from Montreal is given an opportunity to debut in a new ballet choreographed by a brilliant rising star, she accepts, but a shadow follows her from Montreal to the Big Apple. Murphy is approached by a dance studio owner who has been chosen to open a ballet with this young ballerina as the principal dancer. Her studio has been experiencing 'odd' accidents and she is concerned that there may be something a bit more sinister going on. Murphy enters into the darker side to this world of egos, jealousies, rivalries, sexual encounters, embittered betrayals and revenge. To complicate his life even more, his friend Crazy Pete is brutally attacked and he goes after the ones responsible.< Less