Vegas P.I. by Lake Headley
The Life and Times of America's Greatest Detective

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Filled with major crime cases and startling revelations, this gripping narrative tells the fascinating, often moving autobiography of a genuine American original--Headley and his 35 action-packed years as a detective battling crime on the streets of Las Vegas and beyond.
 

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William Hoffman (May 16, 1925-September 12, 2009) was an American writer who published 13 novels and four books of short stories. He lived in Charlotte Court House, Virginia. Hoffman was the recipient of the 1992 John Dos Passos Prize For Literature. In 1996 he was awarded the O. Henry Prize. In 1999 he received The Dashiell Hammett Award for the book Tidewater Blood.
 
Published June 1, 1993 by Thunder's Mouth Pr. 352 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Crime, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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That Headley and coauthor Hoffman could write an exciting book was proven by their Contract Killer (January 1993), about hit man Donald Frankos, as well as by Loud and Clear (1990), about the aftermath of the murder of Arizona reporter Don Bolles, and (to a lesser degree) by The Court-Martial of ...

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Headley also worked on the investigation of the 1976 murder of reporter Don Bolles in Phoenix, and concludes that certain of Arizona's public figures conspired in a cover-up of the case (the convicted killers, Max Dunlap, a contractor, and James Robinson, a plumber, are to be retried).

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