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A phone ringing after midnight means trouble, especially in private eye Harry Stoner’s business. This time the 1:30 call is trouble, all right. A motel clerk wants somebody to pick up the loser registered as Harry Stoner who just tried to kill himself. When the real Stoner gets to the Encantada Motel, he finds his old college roommate nearly dead and too many memories still alive. It’s a suicide attempt that forces Stoner back into his own past, where a pretty woman, a brutal murder, and the bitter remnants of the sixties drug culture make Stoner’s future look rosy…like flowers on a grave.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “Valin’s prose is spare and at times chilling, the plot is complex yet coherent, and Cincinnati emerges as a city with a vibrant and distinctive personality.”

    Publishers Weekly

  • “Using the detective story as a medium, Valin writes complex dramas that explore the depths of human emotions and motivation. As Stoner becomes more real with each book, the novels themselves live as fine examples of what a first-rate author can accomplish in the genre.”

    Library Journal

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About the Author

Jonathan Valin is a mystery author best known for the Harry Stoner detective series. He won the Shamus Award for best mystery novel of 1989. After writing eleven Harry Stoner novels over a fourteen-year period, he took a break from mystery writing to help found Fi, a magazine of music criticism. He now works as an editor and reviewer for magazines.