Ever try finding a virtuous man in the Big Apple circa the 1930s? A fool's errand, right?
Well, Nick O'Brien is no fool. The war vet and former cop turned in his badge and then turned his back on the crooked criminal justice system. He's got a new mission: to be that good man in a bad city. With honesty and compassion, Nick hangs out the shingle of his own private detective agency to aid the victims of evil. He's out to crush corruption, case by case.
When a mysterious beauty with a missing brother seeks his services, Nick finds himself working a real onion of a mystery with each layer peeling away to reveal deeper levels of darkness, deception, and murder. No matter how deep he has to go, Nick will find out the truth and solve the enigma of The Woman in Blue.
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This 1 is for all the fans of the Prohibition Era!
Audio book is easily accessible anytime and anywhere
The suspense was definitely an attention grabber that kept you reading for more.
All were done exceptionally well and made feel as if you were on the streets of New York!!
i would recommend this title to fellow readers.
A REMAKE OF ALL THE NOIR STORIES
Nothing original here
Cut down on the lingo of the 30's. Yes, people used their own slang at that time, but not every 30's slang was required to be used in this story.
This is the first time I've listened to Rick Murphy's performance. He did a good job.
No, the story was predictable from begining to end.