A Chess Hanrahan NovelUnknown - 2011
* Starred Review Booklist. "Chess Hanrahan, the book-loving New York City gumshoe who's prone to tunnel vision when something gets under his skin, deserves a much wider readership. . . . Hanrahan is a great character, a guy who values literature, loves movies, despises stupidity and duplicity, and, when he gets working on a puzzle, absolutely will not stop until he's solved it. Fans of detective fiction . . . will love this novel--and all of Cline's work." (David Pitt, Booklist, May 2011) One impossible thing--a movie script credited to a man who couldn't have written it--sets Chess Hanrahan on the trail of a killer in the third novel of this series described as "exceptionally strong" (Allen J. Hubin, The Armchair Detective). Advertising: Mystery Scene; Crime Spree
Publisher: Baltimore, Md.: : Perfect Crime Books, c2011.
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY CLI
Characteristics: 160 p. ; 23 cm.