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THE GAME OF THIRTY

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Meet Jimmy McShane, private eye: street-smart, female-ogling, smart-mouthed, sharp-dressing—well, you know the type. (Picture Bruce Willis in the movie version.) His sidekick is Jane Henderson, a quick-witted, Rollerblading—and yes, gorgeous—chiropractor with such this-must-be-the-'90s obsessions as herbal healing and aromatherapy. (Demi Moore, perhaps?) This is one of those books that make you ... Read full review

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Review: The Game of Thirty

User Review  - Verusex - Goodreads

Quirky, fun take off of Noir Detective novels. Bright and fun if a little too cute. Great use of Egyptian mythology. Read full review

Review: The Game of Thirty

User Review  - Patrick - Goodreads

well done story and characters. A bit like Dan Brown set in Egypt instead of Europe. Read full review

Review: The Game of Thirty

User Review  - Hedgewitch - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this quirky contemporary hard-boiled Private Eye novel. It falls among the few that deserve to be compared to Raymond Chandler, but it has a modern flair and a way with characters and ... Read full review

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