Crossings by Robert Bruce Stewart
(Harry Reese Mysteries, Book 2)

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Crossings is set in the spring of 1901, a time when Brooklyn’s own Willoughby Street was more than a match for Manhattan’s Tammany Hall. Harry is looking for a link between the apparent suicide of an insurance agent and the untimely deaths of two of his clients. He must seek out gambling parlors, a house of assignation and other dens of vice, while being misled by corrupt cops, opportunistic con men, and often his own wife. Crossings is the second novel in the Harry Reese Mystery series.
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About Robert Bruce Stewart

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Finding himself misplaced in the 21st century, Robert Bruce Stewart has opted to retire to what he hopes will be a more congenial era for a person of his sensibilities by means of fiction writing. Meanwhile, his temporal self lives with his wife and cat in a small-town hermitage in western Massachusetts where he spends his idle hours tending to the needs of tadpoles and keeping his ill-mannered bamboo grove in check.
 
Published October 27, 2012 by Street Car Mysteries. 306 pages
Genres: History, Humor & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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