Detective Ed Noon falls into a get-rich-quick scheme planned by two circus giants, the towering Dolores (client) and her husband (corpse). Hijinks ensue.
Washington D.C. hotel detective investigates missing jewels and an abusive ex-husband, finds them linked together in a twisty-turny plot of deception, theft and death.
Follow the detectives of the 87th Precinct over twenty-four hours of a given day; a multitude of crimes are committed, and solved, by the expansive cast of characters.
When the detectives found the dead men, they saw an easy case. Until they found the jigsaw-like piece of photograph the two men had fought over, triggering a treasure hunt.
The detectives of the 87th Precinct go up against an old foe, long believed dead: the Deaf Man. McBain pulls out all the stops out of storage, including many familiar faces.
First to die was a beautiful fashion model; her young daughter overhearing the gruesome murder. The next death is 87th Precinct detective Steve Carella. And nobody hears his.
Drunken vagrant and ex-detective Matt Cordell agrees to help an acquaintance solve some petty theft. They stumble upon murder. Looks like Cordell’s got a job to do.
A murdered girl with few leads to her murderer proves a frustrating case for the detectives of the 87th Precinct… on top of which, they lose one of their own.
A mugger’s victimizing women in the 87th Precinct. When he goes one step too far and murders a girl Bert Kling was trying to help, Kling sets out to bring the perp to justice.
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Legendary P.I. George Rowell is killed in an accident—but down-and-out detective Payton Sherwood knows it’s no accident, as Rowell was on the trail of something big…