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Author: Steven Womack Narrator: L. J. Ganser Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Harry Denton Series Release Date: December 2016 ISBN: 9781440779671
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Steven Womack is a scriptwriter and an Edgar Award-winning author. When he created the character of Nashville private investigator, Harry Denton, critics were elated. Mostly Murder says, “Steven Womack has done for male private eye fiction what Grafton and Paretsky did for women operatives ." Harry Denton is behind on his rent, his phone bill, and his life. He is just about to close down his private investigation business when he finally gets a client. The job sounds like a simple one: photograph a famous self-help author with his mistress. When Harry finds him, however, the creator of Life’s Little Maintenance Manual is very alone-and very dead. Now, instead of a detective, Harry is a murder suspect. If he can’t track down the killer and clear his own name, Harry will be out of business for good. Through the voice of L.J. Ganser, the smart-mouthed detective and some of Nashville’s most colorful operators step from the page.

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  • 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 Laura | 12/28/2011

    " Womack gives Harry Denton the perfect PI voice. The book is quick paced, humorous and a light read. "

  • 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 Laura | 9/16/2009

    " Womack gives Harry Denton the perfect PI voice. The book is quick paced, humorous and a light read. "

About the Narrator

George Plimpton (1927–2003) was the bestselling author and editor of nearly thirty books, as well as the cofounder, publisher, and editor of the Paris Review. He wrote regularly for such magazines as Sports Illustrated and Esquire, and he appeared numerous times in films and on television.