A Slight Case of Death

A Slight Case of Death Vampires don t exist do they That is a question Private Detective Tony Mandolin finds himself pondering as the evidence piles up in a case involving a string of dead redheads and the usual dose of we

  • Title: A Slight Case of Death
  • Author: Robert Lee Beers
  • ISBN: 9781921636653
  • Page: 245
  • Format: ebook
  • Vampires don t exist, do they That is a question Private Detective Tony Mandolin finds himself pondering as the evidence piles up in a case involving a string of dead redheads and the usual dose of weirdness San Francisco has to offer To complicate things, Mandolin has to deal with the perception that he has become the latest golden boy of the fog city s crime boss ThenVampires don t exist, do they That is a question Private Detective Tony Mandolin finds himself pondering as the evidence piles up in a case involving a string of dead redheads and the usual dose of weirdness San Francisco has to offer To complicate things, Mandolin has to deal with the perception that he has become the latest golden boy of the fog city s crime boss Then there s his cross dressing friend FrankieJust another day in San Francisco.Dive into an exhilarating new noir fantasy series where nothing is as it seems.

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    1. Harry Dresden had better look out!"You are a smart man, Mr. Mandolin. That is why you have succeeded in your profession, in spite of your habit of styling yourself after a pulp novel character."Tony Mandolin is a private investigator in San Francisco and when a beautiful young woman hires him to find her twin sister, he is not so happy to take the case. Before long he finds he's investigating a serial killer and some of the victims seem to have connections to the gangster community. Things get d [...]

    2. 3.5 stars: (review request submitted by the author for an honest critique) Based on mentions of Magnum, P.I TJ Hooker and other pop culture name drops, I knew this book wasn't set in the 1920's or 1930's. However, A Slight Case of Death had the feel of a detective classic from the Golden Age of Detective Fiction. You could blatantly sense who inspired Robert Lee Beers in his development of Tony Mandolin. Some of the word choices, conversations, made this modern day story appear as if we had step [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this book. It was an excellent mashup between paranormal and noir. The characters were generally interesting. I can't wait to see how the world opens up.However, there is a glaring issue. There is RAMPANT homophobia within this story, particularly towards the main LGBTQ+ side character, Frankie. Frankie was a DELIGHT, and my most favorite character in the entire book. The way they were treated by Tony and the gang, especially in a supposedly modern setting, was absolutely atroci [...]

    4. Saturday, November 26, 2011ARC - A Slight Case of Death by Robert Lee Beers A Slight Case of Death: 4 out of 5 starsBeing a hard-nosed bulldog when it comes to solving cases is never easy on Tony Mandolin. It starts to get harder when the daughter of a rich tycoon asks him to find her twin sister. The chase is on as bodies begin appearing one after another- all victims of drug overdoses…or are they? A Slight Case of Death by Robert Lee Beers, takes off with twist after twist, leading to places [...]

    5. This was my introduction to "Noir" fantasy and I really enjoyed it! A great mix of detective and fantasy.As well as an appreciative reader, I also published this book (only accepted because I liked it:)

    6. Review of A Slight Case of Death by Robert Lee BeersTony Mandolin is a Private Investigator. He finds things, It's what he does and if he takes a case he won't give up till he solves it. That's his reputation.This is the first book in the series and all the characters are jostling to make their mark. Which will turn out to be good guys ad which bad?Tony is not in a good place. He is not successful enough to be free of money problems, more bills than pay cheques. He is too successful for the like [...]

    7. For readers that like Sam Spade style PI storys! Starts out as a typical PI murder mystery and then proceeds to drop the reader into the world of the Fae! Author basically gives you the gob smacked feeling as if a alcoholic Pixie suddenly appears in your booth at your favorite breakfast joint! Very entertaining read!

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