"She was blond, of course. Eyes as grey as midnight fog and lips stained red."
In Steven John's Three A.M. (2012), set in a nightmarish near-future, cynical, it's up to ruthless private eye TOM VALE to make his way through an America devastated by disease and shrouded in a perpetual fog, to help clear a prisoner of a trumped-up murder charge."Nobody knows Boston like Linda Barnes's red-haired private investigator Carlotta Carlyle... Barnes's knack for crisp, snappy dialogue and devising a mystery that has both timeless and contemporary appeal is a winner."
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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