Book: Baby Shark's Beaumont Blues by Robert Fate
categories: Book, Female Protagonist, Mystery Thriller, Hard Boiled Detective, Crime Adventure, Female PI, Women Sleuths, Texas Crime, Female Billiard Player, Action Adventure, Crime Fiction, Texas Mystery, Baby Shark Series
Robert Fate about this book: In September 1956 a Texas oil heiress goes missing and Otis Millett and his new partner at the Millett Agency are hired to find her. This is Kristin Van Dijk's first big job as a P.I., and it seems simple enough until she realizes the spoiled girl's disappearance is tangled up with murderous Beaumont gangsters, a big bag full of cash, crooked lawyers, a chesty waitress who wears Evening in Paris, and a Dallas Police detective who has dimples. The action never stops in this Baby Shark crime adventure with twists you never see coming.
Reviewers say that the witty dialog, colorful characters, and nonstop action make this pulp-style piece sparkle. Robert Fate, the author, knew that this second book in the series needed to set the stage for the books to follow. He made every effort––from cover design and title to the promises of stories to come––to make this book special. If you weren't a Baby Shark fan before, you will be after reading Beaumont Blues.
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