#FREE “A Manual of Murder” & “Dirty Money” Books 5 & 6 of the The Harry James Denton Series by Steven Womack

book cover

~~~

NEVER GO TO BED DEAD!

This fifth installment in Steven Womack’s award-winning, best-selling Music City Murders series won the Private Eye Writers of America Shamus Award as Best Paperback Original.

The bestselling toast of Tennessee authors, Robert Jefferson Reed made a Lower Broadway party bus full of money publishing his folksy homilies like Never Go To Bed Angry and Eat Your Vegetables.

He should have added Don’t Drown Me In A Frickin’ Hot Tub

Which is exactly where Nashville P.I. Harry James Denton finds Reed after his wife hires him to catch her hubby in a tryst with a sexy secretary. Turns out Music City’s favorite wholesome, folksy All-American dad’s got an All-American roving eye…

That’s not the only problem. In the stuffy, genteel world of publishing, jealousies and resentments run wild. Reed’s not only made a ton of money, he’s made a ton of enemies as well.

Each installment of Steven Womack’s Music City Murders Series either won or was nominated for a major mystery award. Readers have compared his dry, acerbic writing style to John D. MacDonald, only with a side-dish of smart-ass on steroids.

“In the overcrowded field of private eye fiction, Steven Womack stands head and shoulders above most of the herd.”–Val McDermid, Manchester Evening News

Womack is right up there with Parker, Jance, and Grafton. He writes a fast-moving, humorous, well-plotted detective story. No psychology like Rendell, no agenda like Cornwell. His Nashville hero, Harry Denton, is colorful and likeable…” Joan Benny, Amazon Reviewer

FREE for  limited time!

Kindle Unlimited

Amazon

~~~

book cover

~~~

FROM NASHVILLE P.I. TO BROTHEL MAINTENANCE MAN…

How did Nashville P.I. Harry James Denton wind up working in the world’s most famous whorehouse?

Because the Feds made him a deal he couldn’t refuse—help smoke out a money-laundering scheme secretly operating out of Reno’s notorious, legendary, legal cathouse, The Mustang Ranch.

After failing to reconcile with his ex-, who’s about to give birth to their daughter, doing some simple snooping in a house full of gorgeous gals sounds like a pretty good deal.

But it turns out to be a raw deal when one of the Mustang girls turns up murdered and Harry is the prime suspect. The only way to save his neck is to risk it—and that means making a Nevada-sized gamble that he can corner a killer who holds all the aces…

This sixth installment in Steven Womack’s award-winning, best-selling Music City Murders series was short-listed for the Private Eye Writers of America Shamus Award. In fact, every installment of the series either won or was nominated for a major mystery award.

Harry — and his creator Steven Womack — will steal the hearts of readers who like their sleuths witty, self-effacing, and slightly Colombo-esque.

You’ll love Womack’s writing. Readers have compared him to John D. MacDonald, only with a big meat n’ three side dish of smart-ass on steroids.

Womack is right up there with Parker, Jance, and Grafton. He writes a fast-moving, humorous, well-plotted detective story. No psychology like Rendell, no agenda like Cornwell. His Nashville hero, Harry Denton, is colorful and likeable, and although he has little money and lives on the edge, he has the charisma of Parker’s Spenser and Jance’s Beaumont. I highly recommend all of the Denton series. I’ve read every one, and haven’t been disappointed yet.” —Joan Benny, Amazon Reviewer

“Steve Womack delivers the best opening lines of any book I’ve read in this genre, and his plots and prose take the reader on a wild ride, suspenseful and hilarious simultaneously.” — Amazon Reviewer

“In the overcrowded field of private eye fiction, Steven Womack stands head and shoulders above most of the herd.”–Val McDermid, Manchester Evening News

FREE for a limited time!

Kindle Unlimited

Amazon

~~~

What say you?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.