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Wiseguys You'll Love...

If You Know What's Good For You.

Did Christopher Columbus carve his name into the skull of a Taino sex slave?

Did someone find emeralds on an out of the way Florida Key?

Or was that a scam to sell the run-down Sea Change Motel at an inflated price?

"Look at it," Jimmy Cox says. "We work for a rich egomaniac with a whacked-out sense of the real world. Why are we surprised when a simple real estate deal turns into thirteen people dead and another ten in jail? We arrive for a fishing trip, and we end up at a shark attack."

The Babylon Deception, the second book in the "Wise Guys You'll Love if You Know What's Good for You" series starts with a simple business trip from Las Vegas to San Francisco getting complicated by fires, drug pushers, and neo-Nazis. Did we mention street gangs, plutonium, and gold bars? It's another heartwarming episode in the lives of our two favorite wise guys, Nick and Jimmy, who made it through with only a few scratches in Disappearing Act: A Las Vegas Love Story, Sort of..., the first book in the "Wise Guys You'll Love If You Know What's Good For You" series.

Disappearing Act:

A Las Vegas Love Story, Sort of..., the first book in the "Wise Guys You'll Love If You Know What's Good For You" series hit the top of Amazon's Hard-Boiled Mystery list in June 2021.

 

A Las Vegas Magician Disappears.

Two Million Bucks Are Missing.

Chicago Wants Its Money.

What does any of this have to do with Area 51?

Or Roswell?

Can two wise guys, a hooker and a lesbian softball team save the day?

 

Need a tough detective who's not afraid to tackle hard cases like Tom the piper's son, or what really happened with Hansel and Gretel?

Look no further. Bearstone Blackie is on the case.