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The Dirty Lowdown known as Mike Faricy America's newest new mystery writer. Robert Carraher known him like Minnesota's Master of the Bizarre. Crime Scene known him as another Carl Hiaasen. Crime Capers said; "Open at your risk, and you won't set him down." Under Cover composed; "This guy is nuts and one hell of a good deal of fun." The Irish Gazette referred to "The laugh a minute narrative lines of Faricy's deliciously engaging worlds."
His Dev Haskell series novels are stand alone, they may be read in almost any sequence. His Corridor Man string is written under the pseudonym Mick James and must be read in order. Faricy's books are full of the kind of oddballs we're all curious about, but sensibly prefer to keep at a distance. His characters function as much for instance as they do a warning to us all. Not one of them will be rescuing the world from terrorism, global banking conspiracies or even coups to carry over the government. Instead, Faricy's characters inhabit a world just below the surface of polite society. The circumstances they find themselves in are usually because of their own bad decisions, but then bad decisions make for intriguing stories.
Reminiscent of the late Robert B. Parker, Faricy's tightly woven Dev Haskell string is composed with a beautiful sense of humor and a few love. Entertainment is the name of the game as back slapping, corner cutting, babe magnet Dev Haskell contrasts with such quirky characters like ice cream mogul Mr. Swirlee, '' The D'Angelo brothers, neighborhood crime lord Tubby Gustafson, 'Fat Freddie' Zimmerman, former NFL tight end Luscious Dixon, exotic dancer Swindle Lawless, and stunning Heidi Bauer. The Dev Haskell novels are available in any sequence.
Faricy's introduction stand alone novel was Slow, Slow, Quick, Quick. He's also composed five extra stand alone names; Baby Grand, '' Chow for Now, End of the Line, '' Finders Keepers and Merlot.
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