The Brass Halo by Jack Webb
(Prologue Books)

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Out of the night, she came. She walked into Augie’s place and she sand. Lord, how she sang. She wrapped her voice around a song and the customers loved it.

Then, suddenly she disappeared. She walked out of the club, into the night. There was nothing left behind to show she’d been there … nothing but the body of the man who lay dead on her dressing room floor.


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Published March 15, 2012 by Prologue Books. 156 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The cop and the cleric team up- with a bit of assist from Sam Golden's newly appointed superior — to solve (a) the knifing of a private eye (with a bit of reputation for blackmail) in a hot spot star's dressing room; (b) the disappearance of the lovely and mysterious star, a blues' singer; ...

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