Bluetick Revenge

Bluetick Revenge Mark Cohen s debut novel The Fractal Murders was originally self published and was chosen as a Book Sense Top Mystery in and was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award Mysterious Press pu

Mark Cohen s debut novel, The Fractal Murders, was originally self published and was chosen as a Book Sense 76 Top 10 Mystery in 2002 and was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award Mysterious Press published a revised hardcover edition in 5 04 The book has received terrific reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Kirkus Reviews, Dallas Morning News, and the Santa Mark Cohen s debut novel, The Fractal Murders, was originally self published and was chosen as a Book Sense 76 Top 10 Mystery in 2002 and was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award Mysterious Press published a revised hardcover edition in 5 04 The book has received terrific reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Kirkus Reviews, Dallas Morning News, and the Santa Fe New Mexican Cohen s experience as a former JAG and municipal judge in Boulder, Colorado, gives his novels a terrific insider s perspective His writing has also appeared in various magazines, including Inside Kung Fu and Camping RV Magazine.

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  1. RATING 3.75Colorado private eye and former Marine Corps JAG Pepper Keane was introduced in THE FRACTAL MURDERS In BLUETICK REVENGE, the second book in the series, Pepper faces a world of trouble At one time, Pepper was a partner in a law firm Keane, Simms Mercante but that kind of life really wasn t for him He s content to live in a remote area and do PI piecework His current assignment is to protect the girlfriend of a sadistic biker gang leader named Thad Bugg Karlynn Slade is about to go in t [...]


  2. BLUETICK REVENGE Private Investigator Colorado Cont VGCohen, Mark 2nd in seriesMysterious Press, 2005 HardcoverPepper Keane is a former Marine JAG, former founding partner of a Denver law firm and is now a PI for that firm His former partner asks that he steal a bluetick coonhound from a biker gang leader in order to get the leader s wife to testify against him to the U.S Marshals But a dognapping turns into babysitting the witness, to trying to find her when she runs away, to perhaps finding th [...]


  3. 2 Pepper Keane I enjoyed this than the first The love interest loses steam in this one, but the story is stronger Motorcycle gang members, skinheads, dogs all made for good reading The biggest drawback was the way Cohen had Keane sort of stepping aside to speak directly to the reader to explain the past It worked as well as it did only because the entire book is written in the first person Keane s character is well developed others in the book less so.


  4. It was a pretty good book It was hard to put down I red it in less than one day, because of that I especially like the fact that he wrapped all the sub plots up and the end of the book I always hate it when you are left hanging on parts of the book and only the main point of the book is wrapped up If you like an adventurous mystery, this is a good book for you.


  5. This is a detective type story Lot of fun to read easy read The hero must kidnap a dog Then the fun begins light read but engaging.


  6. Pepper steals dog from motorcycle gang guy Jayne is in China.He watches guy s wife for a couple of weeks, loses her, finds her.Interesting how he investigates.Good.


  7. This was a fun read as the setting is Nederland Boulder Colorado, and the characters and action keep things rolling I loved living there.



  8. This is a fun read but with a good intellectual bent so the language is as much a treat as the story I especially liked the take on interracial harmony as in, harmonize, or else


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