The Private Eye Tales
"James Reasoner puts his stamp on everything he writes. His work can be funny, violent, sad, even whimsical at times, but it doesn't matter because the craft and the art are always informed by the wisdom of the man telling the stories."
-- Ed Gorman, from the intro to Old Times' Sake (2007), a Reasoner collection.
James M. Reasoner, of course, has written private eye stuff before. Besides the slew of Mike Shayne stories he wrote as "Brett Holliday" for Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, he's highly regarded among fans of the genre for Texas Wind, a much beloved P.I. novel, and the Markham short stories, featuring a Chandleresque Texas gumshoe.
But he's also written created several other P.I.s over the years, including several featuring Delaney, a couple about Nicholas Lake and several one-offs. To the best of the author's recollections (and what I could find, poking around) here they are...
James Reasoner's blog.
Respectfully compiled by Kevin Burton Smith.
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