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Music Across the Wall

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Thomas J. Keevers makes an assured debut in this tough look at broken lives and lost hopes in the inner city, featuring a new private eye hero with guts and baggage to spare.P.I. Mike Duncavan is twice divorced, an ex-cop, and a disbarred lawyer. Hired by defense counsel to look into the murder of a "solid family guy," Mike is up against a hard deadline, with only fifteen ...more
Hardcover, 221 pages
Published December 1st 2003 by Five Star First Edition Mystery
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Kae Cheatham
Nov 18, 2010 Kae Cheatham rated it really liked it
Shelves: mystery
I borrowed this book from my Public Library.

If you read too fast you'll miss the line that gave title to this book. Believe me, the story doesn't have anything to do with music. Set in Chi-town, a twice divorced ex-cop ex-lawyer PI Mike Duncavan, is called into help out a lawyer pal. The case revolves around a 5-year old murder that occurred to a "nice family man" in a rough neighborhood apartment building that has since burned and is boarded up. The vic was not from the neighborhood; robbery wa
Vicki Gooding
Aug 25, 2016 Vicki Gooding rated it it was amazing
This book reads like a Mike Hammer, but better. It involves a P.I. named Mike Duncavan. He is twice divorced, an ex-cop, and is a disbarred lawyer trying to make a living, and coming to grips with direction in his life, when a friend (an attorney for the defense) invites him to investigate a very old murder in a very short period of time. Twice in the book, he makes reference to what could entice an individual to commit murder. What kind of music did they hear across the wall to commit the ...more
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