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The Falcon of Bitmesh
Thad Brown
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The Falcon of Bitmesh (The Smoking Gun Sisterhood #3)

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
This short story is no longer available as a free-standing e-story. It can only be read as part of the author's collection, The Smoking Gun Sisterhood.

What do a falcon, some gangsters, a beautiful young female novice detective and a crusty older gumshoe have in common? Check out this digital short story to find out!
ebook, Short story
Published (first published March 17th 2011)

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Thad Brown
Apr 07, 2016 Thad Brown added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: Fans of pulp fiction with action-oriented heroines
Shelves: book-i-wrote
[To avoid confusion, I'm adding this note to my review to make sure readers understand that this story is no longer for sale as a free-standing e-story; it can only be read in the book-length collection (paperback or e-book). However, Goodreads won't let me delete the e-story record.]

This is another of the stories from my collection The Smoking Gun Sisterhood, that were published as a series of separate e-stories. [Six of the ten were published that way --T.B., 2/9/12.] Since books from unknown
Krisi Keley
Feb 28, 2012 Krisi Keley rated it it was amazing
Shelves: mystery-suspense
The Falcon of Bitmesh, a short story from Thad Brown’s The Smoking Gun Sisterhood collection, tells the story of Sam (Samantha Mallet), a young P.I., her friendship with more experienced private detective and building neighbor, Calvin Abbot, and a 3,000 year old Egyptian statuette found around the time of the discovery of King Tut’s tomb.

I really enjoyed this noir-esque short which tips its hat to The Maltese Falcon, even opening the story with an atmospheric description of Sam in her San Franci
Charlotte Phillips
Charlotte Phillips marked it as to-read
Jan 20, 2012
Giovanni Gelati
Giovanni Gelati rated it it was amazing
Jan 21, 2012
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Trestle Press rated it it was amazing
Jan 21, 2012
Jessica Dumitru
Jessica Dumitru marked it as to-read
Oct 21, 2011
Stephen marked it as to-read
Jul 15, 2011
Benjamin Sobieck
Benjamin Sobieck rated it it was amazing
May 06, 2011
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After being born at an early age, I made it through the K-12 educational system (though I didn't like it). From there, I went on to pick up a graduate degree or two, travel a bit in the U.S. and other countries, and become a writer, among other occupations (all of them legal --cross my heart!). For the background of this book, though, one of the most important things about me is that I've been a l ...more
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The Smoking Gun Sisterhood (7 books)
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