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Publisher's Summary

Now in a single box set - the first three action-packed and humorous Reed Ferguson mysteries, plus a Reed Ferguson short story.
Reed Ferguson loves film noir and classic detective fiction, and he wants more than anything to emulate his hero, Humphrey Bogart. So Reed tries his hand at the detecting business and what follows is a humorous journey into suspense territory.
This Doesn't Happen in the Movies (Book 1)
A wannabe private eye with a love of film noir and detective fiction. A rich, attractive femme fatale. A missing husband. A rollicking ride to a dark and daring ending.
Reed Ferguson's first case is a daring adventure, complete with a dose of film noir, and a lot of humor. With a great supporting cast of the Goofball Brothers, Reed's not too bright neighbors, and Cal, Reed's computer geek friend, This Doesn't Happen in the Movies is detective noir at its best. Follow Reed as he solves crime akin to his cinematic hero, Humphrey Bogart.
Reel Estate Rip-Off (Book 2)
Lights! Camera! Reed!
A mysterious death. A brother searching for the truth. A devious ex-wife. Real estate shenanigans. More danger for Reed than a film noir plot.
Reed Ferguson's second adventure is again filled with film noir and humor. Along with the Goofball Brothers, Reed's not too bright neighbors, and Cal, Reed's computer geek friend, Reed tackles a dangerous case, sharpening his skills as he unearths a string of clues that lead to a killer - but will this case cost Reed his life? With an ode to old Hollywood and movie memorabilia, Reel Estate Rip-Off is humorous detective noir at its best.
The Maltese Felon (Book 3)
When an attractive female client begs Reed Ferguson to find her prize-winning Maltese show dog stolen from her backyard, Reed suspects he may be channeling Ace Ventura: Pet Detective rather than his hero, Humphrey Bogart. It sounds like a simple case, but things take a dangerous turn and Reed discovers that man's best friend can attract some decidedly unfriendly characters!
"Elvis and the Sports Card Cheat" (Bonus Short Story)
Reed Ferguson returns in an outrageously fun short story!
Perry Rawlings, an Elvis impersonator, has his prize Mickey Mantle baseball card stolen. Who is the culprit? This tale will keep you guessing!
If you're a fan of fun, suspenseful mysteries, don't miss this collection that's a fast-paced, humorous listen, without a lot of swearing or sex.
©2012 Renee Pawlish (P)2016 Renee Pawlish
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4 out of 5 stars
By Marily14 on 09-21-16

over too soon

Seemed just getting into the story and it was over!. I felt left down here.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Stephen Campbell on 08-16-16

Fantastic mixture of story and narrator

Would you consider the audio edition of The Reed Ferguson Mystery Series, Box Set to be better than the print version?

That print version of the books are entertaining and fun to read but the audio version brought them to life in ways I didn't get while reading alone. This is a great series for whisper sync.

What about Johnny Peppers’s performance did you like?

The narrator's performance was perfect for the series protagonist and did a wonderful job of creating a movie for the mind.

Any additional comments?

Anxious to hear more from this combination of author and narrator.

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3 out of 5 stars
By George on 07-10-16

Good idea .

The idea behind these stories is pretty good , shame about the narrator , and maybe the editor , these stories deserved better treatment . I feel sorry for the author or though I suppose he chooses who will present his effort .

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