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Blood on the Arch (Joe Keough Mystery #3)

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When a political aide, who is running for office is killed, it's up to Detective Keough to solve the crime. As more secrets unfold Keough must dig deeper to uncover political scandal. Filled with modern images of St. Louis, Robert J. Randisi spins another multi-layered murder mystery.

Mass Market Paperback, 394 pages
Published December 28th 2001 by Leisure Books (first published 2000)
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Jen
Aug 08, 2013 Jen rated it really liked it
Shelves: mystery
Predictable in places, but still a page-turner. This series is great for summer reading- good, well-paced plots and gritty mystery without the excessive gore, violence and sex that so many other series have copped to of late.
Howard Spinner
Feb 03, 2016 Howard Spinner rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
These Joe Keough books about a NYC detective, who transfer to St Louis are quick reads, and excellent police procedurals. Good to read especially after reading a long novel.
Diana Duncan
May 18, 2013 Diana Duncan rated it it was ok
Shelves: mystery, read-2013
There was not much mystery as to the identities of the criminals in this book. The dialogue was extremely lame. I only finished it because I did not have another book with me.
Jack
Jun 21, 2011 Jack rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: suspense
Joe Keough is a very likeable guy. The story moves well and is a quick read. People from St. Louis will love the local flavor.
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Pseudonyms include W. B. Longley, Robert Lake, Spenser Fortune, Joshua Randall, Tom Cutter, J.R. Roberts, Joseph Meek, Cole Weston, Lew Baines, Paul Ledd and Jon Sharpe

Robert J. Randisi is the creator and author of The Gunsmith, the popular Western series with more than 250 novels and more than 5 million books in print, which was written under the pen name J.R. Roberts. Under various pseudonyms, h
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