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My Review of William Wells’s New Crime Novel, “The Dollar-A-Year Detective.”

“The Dollar-A-Year Detective” by William Wells is a detective story with the sensibility of a cozy, somewhat reminiscent of the fine Mario Balzic series by reclusive novelist K.C. Constantine. This novel represents a major improvement over the first novel in … Continue reading

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“Hope’s Road,” a Remarkable New Literary Crime Novel by William Wells

It has been two years since Hope—Jack and Jenna Tanner’s bright and beautiful only child—walked out of her apartment door at the University of Wisconsin and vanished into the night. Since then, Jenna’s grief has led to madness. She is … Continue reading

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