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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Mystery & Detective / Hard-Boiled
  • Language:English
  • Pages:94
  • eBook ISBN:9781667877624
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667877617

Murder On The Double

by Reg Ivory

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Atlanta detectives Jack Novak and Homes Kinney are out to solve a twenty-year-old murder mystery that has puzzled law enforcement at every level. Their suspects include two prominent Atlanta sports stars, a sultry jazz singer with her eyes on Novak, some hookers with a history with Kinney, and a mysterious Atlanta corporation with illegal business tentacles reaching around the world. Never certain who is telling them the truth, Novak and Kinney are drawn deeper and deeper into the mystery and closer to losing their own lives until the dramatic and surprising ending.
Detective Jack Novak is weary of trying to solve yet another complicated murder investigation. His partner, Homes Kinney, has been asked by his former boss in the Roswell, Georgia, police department, to tackle the case. Kinney was the lead detective twenty years ago and it's the only case he failed to solve. The investigation involves two Atlanta sports heroes, a gorgeous jazz singer who owns her own nightclub, and a couple of hookers who were very friendly with Kinney back in the day. Everything leads them to a major Atlanta corporation with mysterious business connections worldwide. And the closer the detectives get to an answer, the closer they get to losing their own lives. There doesn't seem to be a way out until the startling climax.
About the author
Reg Ivory is the author of ten previous novels including "There Is No President," "The Last President," and "Who Is Killing Nashville's Country Singers." He lives in Franklin, Tennessee, a Nashville suburb, with his wife Cathy and two cats.