Loren D. Estleman is the author of more than fifty novels. Winner of three Shamus Awards, three Western Heritage Awards, four Spur Awards and many other literary prizes. He lives outside Detroit with his wife, author Deborah Morgan.
When Amos Walker grants the last wish of a Detroit madam, he finds himself enmeshed in the mystery of the murders-53 years apart--of a father and son . . . with the same gun, in a place where it should be impossible for a gun to be! Before he can track down the murderer he's accused of the son's murderer, fingered by the mob, and on the spot with the FBI.
A wonderfully suspenseful, exciting noir detective thriller by one of the masters of the genre.
When Pat Garrett killed his poker buddy, Billy the Kid, he had no idea what a terrible emotional price he would pay. Haunted by memories of Billy, Garrett wanders the New Mexico desert in a fruitless...
When mild-mannered UCLA film archivist Valentino buys a decrepit movie palace, he uncovers a skeleton and long-lost, priceless, reels of film: Erich von Stroheim’s infamous Greed. Now, if Valentino wants to save keep the film, he has to solve the murder within 72 hours.
In this story of letters lost, Loren D. Estleman, with all the nuance and narrative skill that has won him multiple Spur Awards, brings to life an untold chapter of transatlantic love that is as tender as it is unique.
A madcap contemporary murder mystery set in Hollywood, featuring Valentino, the film archivist and amateur sleuth of Frames. All he wants to do is renovate the decrepit old movie palace he's bought as his new home, but murder . . . and the rocky road of romance. . . keep him busier than a one-armed paper-hanger. And he could use one of those too.