The Ronnie Gene by Jon Mills
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AMOS & MOSIT, INC., PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS---Need a detective? Don t call Stanley Jamos and Dave Mosit. They didn't form Jamos & Mosit to conduct private investigations.

The bankruptcy of the marketing business they ran with their partner Pete cost them everything including their health insurance. Preexisting conditions effectively made them uninsurable and unemployable, so their only option for a good health care plan was to form their own company.

Since Jamos & Mosit conducted no business, they could call it anything they wanted. For lack of anything better, they called it a detective agency. Under the circumstances, the last thing they expected was a client. But when Pete is murdered during a routine robbery, a lover from Stanley's past comes back into his life to lure him into taking on an investigation. The job sounds simple find a business plan Pete was writing when he was killed. As they get deeper into the case, nothing will seem simple, and by the time they redone Stanley will have uncovered deceit, fraud and infidelity stretching back forty years into his past.
The Ronnie Gene is a funny, fast-paced story about the promotional game industry, health insurance and Parkinson s disease. And, of course, greed, betrayal and murder.


About Jon Mills

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Jon Mills is a psychologist and philosopher in private practice, Chairperson of the Section on Psychoanalysis at the Canadian Psychological Association, and Senior Faculty at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Toronto. He is the author of The Unconscious Abyss: Hegel's Anticipation of Psychoanalysis and the editor of Psychoanalysis at the Limit. Epistemology, Mind, and the Question of Science, both published by SUNY Press.
Published November 16, 2011 by Five Star. 258 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Ronnie Dumat, Stanley’s old college flame, returns to the Windy City determined to hire Jamos & Mosit to dig up more information on the abortive acquisition that bankrupted their old firm, it’s obvious that something is fishy.

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