Meet Fizz - the daring dog detective!Today Fizz starts his training to become an undercover police dog. The police dog tryouts were hard, and skills training will be even harder. But Fizz and his new friend Remi are given an extra challenge to test their detective skills. Trainee dogs are being injured and sent home. Sergeant Stern believes it's no accident. He wants to know who is doing this and why. Fizz and Remi must solve the mystery, or they won't graduate as undercover police dogs.
Meet Fizz - the daring dog detective!Fizz wants to be a police dog. He's brave, clever and super-fast, but Fizz doesn't look like a police dog. His family are show dogs and companion dogs, not working dogs. Fizz longs for adventure, and he's determined to try out at the Sunnyvale City Police Station. There, he is the smallest, fluffiest dog in the line-up, and he meets fierce Amadeus, who definitely wants to be top dog.
NYPD homicide detective Lieutenant Jimmy Sakura is back as he faces a series of gruesome murders.
A bloodthirsty killer eludes the Toronto police forceTransferred to 53 Division—known as the "Sleepy Hollow of Toronto"—after the murder of his partner, officer Jack Warren yearns to return to 51 Division, where his former colleagues are busy pursuing a criminal mastermind. Randall Kayne has been committing violent, bloody crimes that are hitting close to home in 51 Division, yet he manages to stay just one step ahead of the police. Although Jack's wife wants him to leave the force entirely, an old enemy soon drags him into the Kayne case against his will, forcing a confrontation with Kayne that only one of them can survive. Masterfully entering into the hearts and minds of the cops of 51 Division, the second book in this exciting series propels Jack Warren deeper into the dangers of underground Toronto.
Meet Fizz - the daring dog detective!Fizz has solved his first real case as an undercover police dog, but his next assignment is about to get personal. Two handbag dogs have been kidnapped at red-carpet events in Sunnyvale City, and now there's another victim: Fizz's sister Crystal! Sergeant Stern sends Fizz, Remi and Amadeus undercover as dog models at the spectacular Shrill Alarm Collar launch. And in order to catch the culprit in the act, Fizz is going to be the bait!
Womanizing tough broad Nora Delaney meets her match in Max Abbott, a sex-crazed dame who may or may not have the information Nora needs to solve a murder—but can she contain her lust for Max long enough to find out? Dames, booze, and murder is the oldest story in the book, but this time, it happens too fast to Nora Delaney, who is a notorious womanizing college basketball coach. After her ex is found murdered, Nora chases the scent all the way from Los Angeles to Tulsa to find some right angles in this nasty business, only to be waylaid by a gorgeous, gin-swilling skirt who has information as well as an appetite for women like Nora. Filled with cock-eyed optimism, vivid sexual fantasy, tough broads, and big babes who know their ways around drinks, trash talk, and murder, Femme Noir is a wry homage to retro outlooks of a bygone tough guy/femme fatale age. If you like sex and humor, this book is for you.
Jack Warren is back, and this time he is chasing a predator that stalks the streets of downtown Toronto. The vicious killer preys upon sex workers and leaves a bloody swath of carnage in his wake. Jack and his partner, Jenny Alton, join with the division’s Major Crime officers to hunt down this dangerous madman, but when Jenny is targeted as the next victim, the chase becomes personal for Jack. A violent confrontation will reveal horrifying secrets and Jack’s own bloody link to the monster, providing the highly anticipated climax to a gripping series.
In the sequel to Femme Noir, Nora Delaney has returned to her job as a college basketball coach in Los Angeles. When she beats up a rival coach on national television, she is fired and flees to a tiny town outside New Orleans to take refuge with her cousin Ellis Delaney and his wife. Working at Ellis’ pawn shop, Nora meets Cleo Sweetleaf, who becomes a mentor and a second father. While Nora takes stock of her life, her everlasting hunger for strange women causes trouble from sunup to sundown. When Cleo is murdered, Nora, spurred on by revenge, is drawn into solving the crime. But after being beaten and left bleeding in an alley, Nora might not solve the mystery alive.
Police misconduct—cops engaging in sexual misconduct, theft, brutality, wrongful arrests, inept police supervision, and public corruption. There’s hardly any community that is immune from this cancer. It’s happening in small and large cities, urban and rural places, and local and state police agencies.
Lou Reiter has intimate knowledge of this subject. He’s been involved in police work for 52 years. The first 20 years he was with the Los Angeles Police Department and retired as a Deputy Chief. For the past 32 years he’s been a police consultant like the main character in this book, Taylor Sterling. Through this fictional consultant, Lou weaves stories taken from his extensive files and experiences on the dark side of law enforcement.
Taylor Sterling is called in to unravel and try to fix problems with a variety of police agencies throughout the country. He might be working for the insurance company, the town or city affected, or a concerned Chief or Sheriff who might not know the ins and outs of policing the police, or Internal Affairs. Taylor knows this well and he knows how to use every reasonable and professional technique to uncover police misconduct, help some officers who might be wrongly accused, and give needed help to a Chief or Sheriff when things get out of control.
These are fictional cases taken from police internal affairs files. They aren’t for the faint of heart. These stories are raw and uncensored. But in the end this book is designed to ferret out oppression by cops who were thought to be sworn to protect the innocent.
Originally detective series captivate crime readers everywhere: Michael Connelly's City of Bones (Little, Brown and Company, 4/02) and A Darkness More Than Night (Little, Brown and Company, 2001), featuring Detective Harry Bosch, have sold over 721,400 hardcover copies; and Archer Mayor's Vermont series, featuring Detective Joe Gunther, has sold over 380,000 hardcover and paperback copies combined. As evidenced by the popularity of Law and Order, NYPD Blue, and Third Watch, the national market for NYPD crime drama is enormous. A CRUEL SEASON FOR DYING is the first of a two-book deal between Harker Moore and Mysterious Press.