Solitaire-playing Pittsburgh PI CASEY CARMICHAEL is described as "big, tough and cheap" in Baker and Nietzel's One Hundred and One Knights. Gee, makes him sound like a steak.
But he does okay in his one and only appearance, The Janus Murder, a 1979 PBO for Leisure, re-released in 2008 as a POD and e-book.
He's hired by a sexy rich girl to investigate the murder of her father -- for which her fiancée has already confessed. It seems like a slam dunk. And the hot babe reporter covering the same story isn't too hard on the eyes either...
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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