When Homicide Hunter Lt. Joe Kenda Follows You, You Stay Followed!

Lt. Joe Kenda is one of the most interesting, and important, people on television and — just as love and fate would have it — he’s also one of the kindest guys you’d ever want to meet… when he isn’t chasing down killers and murderers and putting them in jail.

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Jay J. Armes: Private Eye with No Hands

One of my favorite books growing up was Jay J. Armes, Investigator: The World’s Most Successful Private Eye written in 1976 and published by Macmillan. I remember holding the hardcover book in my hands and wondering how the man on the cover, Jay J. Armes, was able to shoot a gun with hooks for hands.

Jay J. Armes

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Detective

by Joyce Kohl

Detective is the latest can’t-put-it-down novel by master novelist, Arthur Hailey. Known for his extensive and thorough research prior to writing a book is what gives his novels authenticity and credibility. In this book about homicide investigations, Mr. Hailey takes the reader into the mind of a leading character and his personal life, into a prison and an execution, and into the investigation of a series of murders. I purchased Detective solely because of my familiarity with this legendary author of fiction and not because my favorite reading material is detective stories. I didn’t waste a second buying his latest book.

I wasn’t disappointed!

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