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Stoner is a private eye in the classic tradition: a loner with a history of failed relationships with women and all-too-successful relationships with bottles of scotch. He’s unable to look away from the world’s corruption—and unable to avoid trying to do something about it.

His latest hopeless cause is Cindy Ann, a teenage hooker. She’s not very pretty or bright or engaging … she doesn’t have much to offer at all. So when she disappears, it’s all the more disturbing for Stoner—who knows what can happen to girls that nobody wants. And he’s got a sick hunch that he knows what happened to Cindy Ann, right across the Cincinnati border.

Stoner’s hunches are almost always on the money—and they rarely feature happy endings. Download and start listening now!

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Quotes & Awards

  • “Rough, vivid, and impressive.”

    San Francisco Chronicle

  • “Harry Stoner of Cincinnati is a welcome addition to the Archer/Spenser/McGee descendants of Philip Marlowe; Valin works a fresh, unmannered variation on that familiar downbeat, dourly amused narrating voice. A...successful debut.”

    Kirkus Reviews

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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.