The Cooperman Variations by Howard Engel
A Benny Cooperman Mystery (Benny Cooperman Mysteries)

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Benny Cooperman is a detective with flair, known and loved the world over as a witty, egg salad-loving, Jewish gentleman sleuth. This kinder, gentler detective-funny, smart, and squeamish about violence-is the creation of master of the genre Howard Engel, and readers stretch now to thirteen countries, from his native Canada to Japan, England, Germany, Italy, Spain, Denmark, and the US.
 

About Howard Engel

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Howard Engel is the winner of the Arthur Ellis Award for crime fiction. He is a founding member of the Crime Writer's Association of Canada, where his private eye has been described as a cherished national institution.
 
Published January 1, 2001 by Penguin Books. 280 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Still, Benny perseveres, and despite the best non-efforts of three Toronto lawmen assigned to the murders, it is Benny who ultimately sorts through the network skullduggery, withstands Vanessa’s seductive sitting, and returns to Grantham to await the return of Anna, his true love, who has been ea...

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The eight previous adventures of Canadian PI Benny Cooperman (Murder Sees the Light, etc.) have garnered praise for their slick plotting and erudite prose.

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Because a friend wearing Vanessas clothing was murdered in Vanessas house, the gorgeous head of entertainment at the National Television Corporation believes that someones out to kill her and wants Benny to protect her""and that shes one of the prime suspects in the murder is the least of Be...

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