Created by John A. Miller

It turns out Bill Pronzini isn't the only mystery writer with a nameless detective working the mean streets of San Francisco. John A. Miller's gumshoe is an white collar ex-con who served a three year stretch in Folsom, and now works as an unlicensed and rather laidback P.I.out of O'Mahoney's, a neighborhood Irish pub in the Sunset District.

He's evidently appeared in several stories, although so far I've only manged to find one. But it's pretty good.


Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.

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