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Dead Man in the Harbor By H. Paul Doucette
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The job was hard enough since Halifax became the focal point as the major staging area for the convoys supplying the war effort in England. Robichaud had his hands full dealing with the influx of... More > people looking for work, foreign merchantmen looking for distractions from the perils of convoy duty and servicemen waiting transport across the Atlantic. Compounding his headaches was the growing shortages for affordable housing and the prohibitions on liquor sales in the city. Now he had a murder to deal with. The dead man with a hole in his head was fished from the water just outside the anti-submarine nets by a local fishing boat. His name was Denny Cafferty, a suspected IRA soldier who fled Ireland and the British Special Branch. Robichaud and his partner, Pete Duncan, would soon find themselves up to their necks with more murders and a homicidal German spy.< Less
Never Forget, Never Forgive By H. Paul Doucette
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The Village has always had a dark underbelly that the tourists never see. Sometimes, behind the neon lights and colorful images and characters, bad and evil things lurk, waiting to strike and hurt.... More > No one is immune from it, not visitor nor those who live and work there. P.I. Matt Murphy’s friend, Gabe Herschon has become a victim of a new evil that has appeared in the Village—people filled with hate and intolerance, intent on hurting those they deem subhuman. While Gabe lies in a hospital bed clinging to life, Matt Murphy, sets out to find those responsible and bring them to justice.< Less
Red Sun Over Mexico By H. Paul Doucette
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Spring 1942 Washington, DC. The country is recovering from the shock of Pearl Harbour. Everywhere, everyone is ramping up for the coming conflict. Sergeant Paul Jarvis, newly married and returned... More > from his last assignment in Panama, has been informed that he and the rest of CIC has been assigned to California where they will be working with the Office of Naval Intelligence. Intelligence has reported that the Japanese are settings up radio posts and possibly submarine bases in the Gulf of California. They have also indicated that they are doing this with support from a splinter faction opposed to the government and with strong anti-American leanings. It is rumoured that these operations are being run by a Tokeitei agent. Jarvis believes this might be Haito Toshi who led the attacks in Panama. Jarvis and a young ONI agent are ordered to Mexico with orders to capture Toshi...if possible. Problem is, Jarvis still remembers the dead naked body of a young American woman on a bed.< Less
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