Bliss: a Lenny Bliss mystery

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Scribner, 1996 - Fiction - 238 pages
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In the midst of Lenny Bliss's marriage falling apart, a prostitute is murdered, and Bliss begins to obsess about the case, a case that leads the NYPD homicide detective into the dark world of the Russian mob. 12,500 first printing. Tour.

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Bliss: a Lenny Bliss mystery

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Sloan has initiated a new police procedural series. Manhattan homicide detective Lenny Bliss and his handsome partner Ward investigate the murder of a beautiful Russian dentist and mother who ... Read full review

Review: Bliss: A Lenny Bliss Mystery (Lenny Bliss Mysteries #1)

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Hoaky schlock in large parts, but funny (with several characters being stand-up comedians) and an unexpected ending, so it ended up on a good note. Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Bob Sloan is a professional chef, teacher, and author who runs his own catering business. He lives in New York City with his wife and two sons, both of whom love to cook.