A riveting page-turner that keeps you wanting more. Smith has done it again; taken his readers right into the middle of another high-tension, all-too-true to life case. Danny smith's books should be on the same shelf as those of Michael Connelly, Joseph Wambaugh, and Elmore Leonard. Three days later, Josie has vanished.
The Color Dead: A Dickie Floyd Detective Novel #ad - She and her partner, dickie, a remote northern outpost in Los Angeles County, had been sent to Gorman, where a man had been executed in the woods. Their search takes them from the streets of Los Angeles up to the wilds of the Tejon Pass where they find themselves at odds with residents of the backcountry.
The plot keeps you guessing right up till the last page. Danny R. Not even heavily armed and dangerous mountain men.
Death after Dishonor: A Dickie Floyd Detective NovelDickie Floyd Novels #ad - As a retired first responder, i can honestly say that Danny Smith's style of writing makes the book as real as it gets from a Homicide Detective view. This is a fast-paced story in which the author deftly weaves an enthralling mystery with authentic procedural details giving the reader a close-up look into the life of a Homicide detective.
The characters and dialogue are superb. The dickie floyd detective series gets as real as it gets. If you like high-octane action, wry humor, and hard-boiled detectives, then you’ll love Danny R. One can't help but become part of the story when reading his books. A missing woman. But on the job, he’s consumed by the notorious murder of the mayor’s son.
While dickie fleshes out possible leads, the victim’s long-time friend is found dead. Detective dickie Jones juggles multiple cases and attempts at a personal life outside the job. I can't wait for the next novel!"besides being an edge of chair murder mystery, like his others, this book, takes you into the private lives and thoughts of those who have been chosen to unravel the questions that must be answered.
Death after Dishonor: A Dickie Floyd Detective Novel #ad - Author danny r smith is a retired Homicide Detective for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's department. But before he can confirm his suspicions, she disappears…Will Dickie locate his star witness and arrest the killer before another body falls?Death After Dishonor is book five in the thrilling Dickie Floyd Detective mystery series, written by a former homicide investigator.
A disturbing thread that binds them…Los Angeles detective Dickie Jones won’t rest until every low-life is locked up.
Echo Killers: A Dickie Floyd Detective NovelDickie Floyd Novels #ad - Hence the reason that I was determined to finish it in one sitting. Brimming with true-to-life details that can only come from the pen of an experienced homicide investigator, Echo Killers has an authenticity which is rare among murder mysteries. Phil jonas"to say that I thoroughly enjoyed the book would be an understatement.
Four were killed, three were never found. Like his previous novels, this book was riveting for me. He has been assigned a new partner, a good cop but one with a checkered past. When the two are sent to investigate a murder in Compton, Dickie recognizes the similarities to Floyd’s new case. Army investigators descend on south Los Angeles in search of AWOL soldiers, while Dickie and Floyd close in on the killers.
Echo Killers: A Dickie Floyd Detective Novel #ad - Awarded second place in the 2019 public Safety Writer's Association ContestFort Hood, Texas, 2016. A vehicle carrying seven soldiers was swept away in a flash flood. Are their paths set to collide? in an exciting, action-packed police drama replete with perilous twists and snaky turns, this murder mystery will drag you beyond the yellow tape and into the minds and souls of killers and those who hunt them.
A fast-paced novel filled with colorful characters and dialogue reminiscent of vintage Elmore Leonard. A runaway boy claims to have witnessed a murder. The story seems farfetched, but Floyd takes the case.
Door to a Dark Room: A Dickie Floyd Detective NovelDickie Floyd Novels #ad - Residents of santa clarita, one of the nation's safest cities, are jolted when a decapitated woman is discovered in the car of a missing realtor. The characters are fallible and real. It sucks you in and holds you. It will appeal to both the seasoned officer and the layperson who loves crime drama. It draws you in and holds your interest.
Moon mullen“You’ve written an excellent book. When detectives home in on her wealthy husband, a mystery begins to unravel, and the investigation heats up. A serial killer is on the loose, which might be just the diversion Dickie needs. His wife has left him, matt “pretty Boy Floyd” Tyler, and his partner, has been assigned a new partner.
Door to a Dark Room: A Dickie Floyd Detective Novel #ad - It moves along well, the chapters are well developed, and it has more twists than a mountain road. Claude Farris. Los angeles sheriff’s homicide Detective Dickie Jones has returned to work after recovering from gunshot wounds. Written by a former homicide detective, souls, this book will take you beyond the yellow tape into the hearts, and tormented minds of those who hunt evil.
Like too few great reads, this one is experienced rather than read. I can honestly say that as much as I love the first book, I loved this one even more. When he and floyd are reunited to hunt down the murderer, all seems right in his world again—until the veteran detectives discover that Dickie is next on the killer’s list.
Exhuming Her Honor: A Dickie Floyd Detective Short Story#ad - Exhuming Her Honor: A Dickie Floyd Detective Short Story #ad - An obscure clue is left behind at the funeral, and the detectives home in on an unlikely suspect. When a superior court judge is murdered, Dickie and Floyd get the case. Detectives. This is a short story that is part of the Dickie Floyd Detective collection; however, it has no chronological relevance to the novels or other short stories in the series.
A fast and fun crime fiction that will leave you smiling and wanting more of your new favorite L. A.
A Good Bunch of Men: A Dickie Floyd Detective NovelDickie Floyd Novels #ad - Real page turner. J. The author obviously writes from experience. George B. But once in a while, an author comes along who has not only been there and done that, dialogue, but comes to the table with an eye for plotting, and intrigue. What, matt “pretty boy floyd” tyler, sex, then, could render two veteran homicide detectives speechless as they stand over their latest victim? Tightly-wound Dickie Jones and his smart and cocky partner, find themselves entangled with gang members and a sexy drug dealer as they uncover a nefarious plot rife with greed, and betrayal.
Excellent character development and the story is a page-turner. A. Argott“if you want to know how murders are truly investigated and solved, walk, and talk, and how homicide detectives think, then A Good Bunch of Men is for you. J. You will feel as though you're living the life of a homicide investigator. Cliff yates“i've read a lot of law enforcement type stories, and this is probably the best one yet.
A Good Bunch of Men: A Dickie Floyd Detective Novel #ad - Knight“this book gets you behind the yellow tape of a murder scene and investigation. Only someone who lived it would be able to write this. Dead prostitutes can seem like part of the landscape in South Los Angeles. Finally, someone wrote it the way it should be written and added a few twists along the way.
In the City of Crosses: A Dickie Floyd Detective Short Story#ad - It is, however, a stand-alone short mystery crime detective story. A manhunt begins, and it doesn't look good for Floyd and his new partner, Mongo. The city of the crosses is a short story that takes place chronologically between the first and second books in the Dickie Floyd Detective Novels series, A Good Bunch of Men and Door to a Dark Room, filling the gap for the year Dickie is off recovering from gunshot wounds.
I started it and could not stop. Outstanding!! - Anthony Argott. The author's writing style captures the moment of each situation and transports the reader right into the story. Dickie assures them there's been a big misunderstanding, but when Floyd is nowhere to be found, only more questions arise. This dickie floyd detective short story takes place chronologically between the Dickie Floyd Detective novels, A GOOD BUNCH OF MEN and DOOR TO A DARK ROOM.
In the City of Crosses: A Dickie Floyd Detective Short Story #ad - Moon mullen"his storytelling is seamless, one chapter flows easily and logically into the next. His dialogue is spot on the way long-time partners speak to each other, very much like a long-term marriage. Floyd's phone is found at the scene of a murder in New Mexico. Dickie is still off duty after being shot when two detectives knock on his door and begin asking questions.
A man has been killed, and the detectives have homed in on Floyd.
Harder Times: A Cop Goes to Prison#ad - Harder Times: A Cop Goes to Prison #ad - When two detectives are tried for murder, only one goes to prison; the other took a deal. But palmer's streak of bad luck continues when he and Smiley are transported to prison together. Smiley will get his chance at the former cop, but who will survive? And whatever happened to Palmer's partner? A shattering moment of truth will answer these questions.
Can former cop rob palmer survive county jail long enough to catch the chain to prison? A psycho named Smiley thinks not, but after attacking a jail deputy, he deprives himself of the opportunity to kill Palmer himself. This is a short story***prison is no place to be for a cop.
Lines of Duty: Deputy Corus Mystery #1#ad - Albert chu is a cheery and childlike cadet who's failing the academy but has a knack for getting into Corus' head. Especially with books that deal with military or police. A heck of a caper that'll make you laugh a lot more often than most crime novels. Not at all the same cookie cutter outline that most crime writers follow for their main character.
I recommend lines of Duty 100% to anyone who loves a good mystery. If you’re looking for a paint-by-numbers procedural, but if you crave deeply human crime drama with a fair share of thrills and humor, this isn’t the book for you, then this is a must-read. This series is as enjoyable as Lee Child’s Reacher books.
”. This story is entertaining and engaging. While doing grunt work at a local precinct, he comes across a set of diamonds taken from the scene of an unsolved hit-and-run. When the diamonds turn out to be fakes, it’s one too many oddities in an attempted murder with no suspects. Instincts forged in covert action plunge Corus headlong into criminal ranks, but taking the fastest route to answers runs roughshod over the delicate procedural approach he’s supposed to be learning.
Lines of Duty: Deputy Corus Mystery #1 #ad - In trying to rein corus in, he ends up proving his mettle, and together they fight to prevent multiple murders and foil a kidnapping plot, even while the eye of the law they hoped to serve is turned on their actions. Can corus unite the lines of duty pulling him in different directions, and a cast of well-drawn side characters, or will he end up another casualty of the war he brought home?Through Corus’ journey runs a cracking mystery/crime story with humor, thrills, from small-time gangsters and rodeo riff-raff to Corus' wife who grapples with her own grifter impulses.
Killer Motive: a gripping crime thrillerBloodhound Books #ad - But ruby is hiding something from her colleagues. Who is the killer and what is their motive? Grant and the team must work quickly to solve the case as the body count rises. The end is just the beginning…Introducing a powerful new crime thriller featuring Detective David Grant. A frail sixty-year-old, Travis is in the terminal stages of cancer.
Killer Motive: a gripping crime thriller #ad - The problem is, he was at the hospital in custody when the nurse was murdered. Determined to solve the case, Ruby Silver, Grant recruits a specialist to his team, a top criminal profiler. A truly phenomenal story. When a nurse is murdered, Detective David Grant recognises the hallmarks of a serial killer called Travis.
Twenty-five years ago, grant caught Travis for the murder of five women and the murderer has been incarcerated ever since. If you are a fan of authors like Angela Marsons, Robert Bryndza and Helen H. Durrant, you'll be gripped by this unmissable thriller.
DEPUTY: 35 YEARS AS A DEPUTY SHERIFF FROM UPSTATE NY TO LA#ad - Have you ever wondered what it would be like to patrol the streets of south-central LA?What if you could go behind the scenes and see what life is really like on the Sunset Strip?"DEPUTY" 35 years as a deputy sheriff from upstate NY to La is the first-hand account of Cliff Yates, a thirty-five-year law enforcement veteran.
DEPUTY: 35 YEARS AS A DEPUTY SHERIFF FROM UPSTATE NY TO LA #ad - Some may be tough to read. But all serve as a lesson Cliff will carry with him for the rest of his days. If you’ve ever wondered what life is like for men and women in the law enforcement community, this book will answer most of your questions and give you great insight from someone who has been there. Fast thrilling and riveting.
. His story begins in rural upstate New York, then takes a drastic turn that leads him to the mean streets of LA and the surrounding area. This memoir invites readers into his world and see what he saw, experience what he experienced. Each story is real. Others will make you laugh-out-loud.