Detroit Police Detective Russ Baker is in charge of the Cold Cases, and with his ghostly friend and partner, Wes Loomis, and their new partner, Mary Cohen, they have to solve cases to allow victim's ghosts to go on to the hereafter. They take on a case of murder of an escort service Madam who was blackmailing her clients. The Ghost Squad finds they have too many suspects and now have to narrow the list down to one. Will they find the killer?
Detroit homicide detective Russ Baker has been sent to work the Cold Case Division due to a screwup he committed on a case. He was all alone in the basement office until he was visited by an unlikely partner. A dead former detective who was now an annoying ghost. Would the ghost help him solve the cold cases, allowing the murdered victims to go on to the hereafter?
"Don't waste your money!"
Detroit Police Detective Russ Baker is in charge of the Cold Cases and, with his ghostly friend and partner Wes Loomis, they have to solve murders to be able to send the victim's spirits to the hereafter. Russ is given a case by his girlfriend Mary, who transfers from Missing Persons to work with Russ. Together they go out to find a missing boy whose mother was murdered by his abductor. Wes is on the job, tracking down leads but even he runs into problems. Too many leads end up blocked by criminals just ahead of them.
Halloween is a time for children to go door to door trick-or-treating. For Doyle and his girlfriend, Poppy, it's a time to catch a ghost. Poppy is investigating an insurance claim of a woman who says she was pushed down a flight of stairs by a ghost in a posh but very old hotel in Detroit. She enlists Doyle to help, and they try to get to the bottom of the claim.
Detroit Police Detective Russ Baker is in charge of cold cases, and with his partner, Mary, and their ghostly friend and partner, Wes Loomis, they have to solve murders to be able to send the victims' spirits to the hereafter. Their captain comes to them with a problem: It seems that the old Michigan Central Train Station has ghosts haunting the workers who are trying to clean out the station for renovation. They find seven ghosts who all have cases of murder forcing them to haunt the station.
Art Doyle, private eye, having solved his first case after opening up his business, is now hot after a serial killer. Along with his partner, Oscar Drew, they have to keep ahead of the killer since he's been dropping bodies at Doyle's cabin in the woods. The reason the killer is targeting Doyle to receive the bodies is still to be determined, and the case takes Doyle and Oscar to the woods and then down to the back streets of Detroit. Is the killer someone from Doyle's past who he did wrong?
"Another great story."
In this third of the Doyle, P.I. books, Doyle is hired by the curator of a Detroit Art Gallery. It seems nine valuable Egyptian statues were stolen from the gallery. They were replaced with fakes, and the gallery doesn't want the Egyptians to know their artifacts are missing. So Doyle and his partner Oscar Drew go on a hunt for the missing objects.
Detroit Police Detective Russ Baker is in charge of cold cases and with his partner, Mary, and their ghostly friend and partner, Wes Loomis, they have to solve murders to be able to send the victim's spirits to the hereafter. A 10 year old cold case of a bride and her groom dying in a motel room drives the Ghost Squad to find the truth. They come up on twists and turns that would make a ghost's head spin. Will they catch the killer and send the couple to the hereafter?
Detroit Police Detective Russ Baker is in charge of cold cases and with his partner, Mary, and their ghostly friend and partner, Wes Loomis, they have to solve murders to be able to send the victims' spirits to the hereafter. They are asked by their captain to help his brother-in-law once again. It seems the company has a job to clean out an abandoned mental asylum in northern Michigan under restoration. The workers won't go in the buildings, fearing the ghost inhabiting four buildings.
Doyle decides to take a huge windfall of money from recovering Egyptian artifacts and take a vacation. He closes the business and go to Paradise, Hawaii. His new girlfriend, Poppy Drake, has decided to go along, and Doyle's secretary, Marge, is invited. Now in Hawaii, on a very secluded, private island, Doyle, Poppy, and Marge are loving the sun, sand, and the ocean, but they are drawn into the murders of guests. Doyle realizes he must solve the killings before Poppy, Marge, or himself become victims. Will he save Paradise before it becomes a living hell?
"Moats does it again"
Doyle is a homicide detective. He's a good detective, but he has a problem: he's getting fed up with crime. A hostage situation comes up involving the mayor of Detroit and a mugger whom Doyle put in the hospital. The hostage exchange goes slightly wrong, but it's enough to make Doyle quit the PD. He goes out on his own to become a private eye and, along with another ex-detective, Oscar Drew, they start a business. Their first client is a woman looking for her missing father. But is there more to her story?
"Another good series"
Rose Carmichael lands the job of her dreams at Pucker Perfect Lipstick Corporation, a top rated-cosmetic firm based in her hometown of Dallas, Texas. However, she soon discovers the job is not as cushy as she first thought and the CEO's expectations may be far greater than what Rose can deliver.
Gus has been hired by a man to find out if his secretary is cheating on him, even though the man is married. On top of that, the man's wife has had her half-million-dollar necklace stolen. Gus is conflicted when the wife hires him to find the necklace and tie her husband to the crime. Should he follow the cheating secretary, who may have the necklace, and turn her in?
Zack Graham, CEO of Scrumbles Snack Cakes and Crandall Drake, CEO of Pretzelcious Pretzels are workaholics. Mike Kramer and Gretta Fishman, who work for each CEO respectively, are not. What's worse, Mike and Gretta are lovers who can't spend time with each other due to their bosses' OCD work habits. But they have a plan: ask Maxwell Magic, the magnanimous, magical, mystery matchmaker, to solve their problem by getting their two bosses to stop working and start loving in a match that lasts forever.
Can true love exist between a man who believes a woman is capable of sticking a shiv in his heart while making love and a woman who is convinced men think with only one head? Maxwell Magic, an eccentric mysterious matchmaker swears it can and he's the man to provide the stimulus to make it happen. Kasey Bell, feminist writer, and Guy McLane, radio's famous chauvinistic psychiatrist, are his targets. Even with carefully executed plans, the road to true love is strewn with mishaps, mirth and money-hungry nighttime talk show hosts.
Gus Mackie was relaxing in his new office in a better part of Detroit when he saw the young girl in front of his building. She was reading the sign in the window telling the world that a private investigator worked there. Gus could see she was homeless and went to open the door as she stood looking apprehensive. She finally came in and told Gus about how she wanted to find her mother who gave her up for adoption when she was a child. The girl lived on the streets most of her life and wanted a family now.
It was time for Gus to move to a better office and out of a slum area in Detroit. Police homicide detective Bernie Longmire, and Angela, Gus' daughter, agree to help him move into his new office. Going back to the old office to get ready to move, they find a woman crying at Gus' door. She has a problem: She doesn't know where her husband is at. Did he run off with another woman or is he dead in a shallow grave? They were able to get the story from her despite all the crying she was doing, and Gus took the case.
Gus Mackie's police detective friend, Bernie Longmire, comes to Gus with an offer of a special case. It has to be handled quietly since a country's fate is at stake. The country has a king and his daughter is missing. Bernie is tasked with finding her, before the king and queen go back home from the United State for an important celebration. But if they don't have the daughter with them, the king's rule may be in jeopardy.
When Kelly Bancroft receives a suicide letter from her brother, she knows the star-worshipping cult he belongs to is to blame. Cult intervention specialist - and ex-cultist - Sam Reed, aka The Arrow, has his work cut out for him when he teams up with Kelly to rescue her brother. Sam has good reason to avoid the cult that killed his mother, but he's made it his mission to save those who have fallen under Star Mother's spell.
Detroit Police Detective Russ Baker is in charge of cold cases and with his partner, Mary, and their ghostly friend, Wes Loomis, they have to solve murders to be able to send the victim's spirits to the hereafter. Mary receives a call from her mother telling her that her father had died. Mary and Russ go back to Mary's home town and discover more than the heart attack that was reported. They dig into the death and find it was murder.