Harry Landers finds himself part of the glamour crowd when a supermodel, engaged to a wealthy auto parts manufacturer, receives a threatening note from an anonymous admirer. As Harry races the clock to protect the beautiful model, he stumbles upon two unsolved murders that happen 15 years apart but could be linked by the same killer’s hand. Is it possible his current client could be next on the killer’s list?
"A Model for Murder by Jack Bates"
When her husband’s political aspirations take on a sinister overtone, socialite and politician Victoria Buckingham consults private investigator Harry Landers, hoping to unlock the mystery of her husband’s erratic behavior. Is he planning her demise with a little assistance from the dark side; or, has the stress of her own political campaign begun to affect her rationale?
How do you hide a dead guy everyone wants to kill? When Private Investigator Harry Landers gets strong armed into helping a marked man hide, he learns that the line between his own good doing and the crimes of his client is a very thin one.
"Couldn't finish the book."
Harry is on a routine stakeout for proof of infidelity, at least that is what he was told when he was hired for the job. When he meets with his client at the local pub, he gives the wife the truth in photos. Harry soon finds himself involved with his client and in a predicament that legally appears suspicious.
Judith, nearly 40, finds herself divorced and living with her mother. She becomes attracted to a female glass artisan, one of her mother’s friends, that has a history of manipulating those who care about her. While exhibiting their works at an art show, Judith and her mother become entangled in a grisly murder.
Harry Landers takes on a case for two distraught parents who hope their missing daughter is just stretching her wings and will want to return to the nest before much more time passes. The trail leads him to a medieval festival populated by everyday people who pretend to be part of a fantasy world. The deeper Harry goes into this make-believe realm, the more he discovers how dark and dangerous it can become for a young woman like Jessica Elliot. Harry finds himself traveling further than he’s ever had to go to solve a case.
When the son of a long missing union president turns to him for help, private investigator Harry Landers delves into a mystery that spans two decades. The deeper Harry digs, the more mythical the legend of Lane Shanks grows. With each step he takes, Harry finds the path to the truth becoming increasingly dangerous.
When private investigator Harry Landers is contacted by an ex-love hoping to find her missing husband, he can���t help but become entangled in his feelings for her and his responsibilities as a professional. As stone wall after stone wall hinders Harry’s investigation, he soon discovers that digging around in the past is as dangerous for him as it is for his client.
Troubled by recent events involving his grandson, Ronny “C-Note” Palazolo asks Harry Landers to look into the mysterious disappearance of a boy Ronny barely knew fifty years earlier when he did a little time in a boys’ work camp as a teen. As Harry pries into the past, he discovers horrors that nobody should ever have to experience. Aided by the attractive and single curator of a lighthouse museum that was once the reformatory, he becomes relentless in his effort to expose the unlawful acts committed.
When a young woman becomes the recipient of a lurid photo of herself with an older married man, she enlists the help of private investigator Harry Landers. Once the intern to a more established PI, Harry uses the skills Stretch taught him as he delves into the case and discovers that while problem solving and gut instinct are important attributes to have in the profession, sometimes the greatest asset a gumshoe can have is luck.
The former lead singer of a heavy-metal band cheats his former group out of their severance pay and sets out on the road with no particular plan. Three years later, he finds himself running from mistakes he’s made, and it puts him on a path with a dangerous young woman who shares his similar lack of morals. When an opportunity for a big score presents itself, the drifter finds himself sticking around the woman, even when he knows he would be better off getting back on the road.
"overactive imagination, self-indulgent soul"