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Alex Rasmussen Mysteries

An ex-cop turned private eye investigating crimes in the decaying New England mill town of Lowell, Massachusetts encounters local animosity and trouble from both sides of the law in David Daniel’s Alex Rasmussen Mysteries.

“Daniel was the winner of the Best First Private Eye Novel…for The Heaven Stone. He continues to build on that promise with the Rasmussen series.”—Booklist

  • The Marble Kite
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    • The Marble Kite

    • Alex Rasmussen Mysteries (Volume 4)
      David Daniel
      St. Martin's Publishing Group

    • Private investigator Alex Rasmussen has loved carnivals since he was a boy, and what better way to enjoy one as a grown man than with a lovely woman at his side? As he and his date stroll along the...

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  • Goofy Foot
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    • Goofy Foot

    • Alex Rasmussen Mysteries (Volume 3)
      David Daniel
      St. Martin's Publishing Group

    • In David Daniel's Goofy Foot, private investigator Alex Rasmussen, embarking on a rather routine search for a missing teenager, finds himself in cold water that couldn't be hotter, as the...

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  • The Skelly Man
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    • The Skelly Man

    • Alex Rasmussen Mysteries (Volume 2)
      Daniel, David
      St. Martin's Publishing Group

    • Amiable, wisecracking Alex Rasmussen was first introduced--to great acclaim--in The Heaven Stone, which won the PWA/St. Martin's Best First Private Eye Novel Contest, and was also named...

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  • The Heaven Stone
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    • The Heaven Stone

    • Alex Rasmussen Mysteries (Volume 1)
      David Daniel
      St. Martin's Publishing Group

    • Winner of the 1993 PWA/St. Martin's Press Best First Private Eye Novel contest, The Heaven Stone introduces a fresh voice in author David Daniel and a likable new protagonist in Alex Rasmussen,...

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David Daniel

David Daniel has been a carpenter, a clam digger, a tennis pro, and an assistant in the Harvard Medical School neuropathology lab. He currently teaches at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and at Middlesex Academy Charter School. He is the author of the short story collection, Six Off 66.

Photo: Ally Daniel