Murder Under the Boards: The Atlantic City Paranormal Mystery: Featuring Detective Bill Riggins (Detective Bill Riggins Mysteries) (Volume 3)

 
9781484933718: Murder Under the Boards: The Atlantic City Paranormal Mystery: Featuring Detective Bill Riggins (Detective Bill Riggins Mysteries) (Volume 3)

Volume III in the Bill Riggins Mystery Series. Murder, ghosts, and the Atlantic City Boardwalk in 1957! This noir style murder mystery ghost story is the third in a series of paranormal novels by author Christopher Pinto. Pinto's unique blend of mid-century noir and modern ghost story-telling has been acclaimed as some of the most original works to come along in years. Detective Bill Riggins, a young but hardened New York Detective, finds himself on vacation in Atlantic City in 1957. Less than a year after his deadly encounters on Tiki Island in the Florida Keys, he's apprehensive about staying in a hotel, but overcomes his hesitation when he learns that his childhood friend, Johnny Falcon, is debuting on Steel Pier as the next American heartthrob. But Johnny's career is cut short when he falls victim to a crazed murderer, under the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Riggins vows to catch (and punish) Johnny's killer, but it turns out to be a lot more complex than he ever imagined. His investigation becomes even more complicated as the ghost of a murdered girl makes contact with him, and her death, as well as dozens of others, are revealed to be intertwined with Johnny's murder. "Murder Under The Boards" is a fast-paced, in-your-face paranormal mystery that pulls you deeper and deeper into a strange world of ghosts, murderers and protectors. This book is meant for people who truly enjoy reading and have the focus to stay with a mystery that builds and builds, delivering a knock-out punch down to the last line of the story! This book deals with violence, sex, and adult themes and is not intended for minors. You've been warned. Visit http://stardustmysteries.com for more books by Christopher Pinto and his colleagues.

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Pinto is the author/editor of Tiki Lounge Talk (http://tikiloungetalk.com), a web-lounge dedicated to remembering the kool stuff from the Atomic Age and beyond, from big band music to cocktails at the Tiki Bar. He's been writing for over 25 years, has had several plays produced, and has won awards for his creative efforts. During the 1990s he was producer/director of a highly successful traveling theater company in the Atlantic City area, StarDust Productions. A lover of all things retro, he enjoys working on his 1953 Chevy Belair Hot Rod, plays jazz tenor sax and clarinet, and is an avid collector of vintage memorabilia. Pinto currently lives in South Florida with his wife Colleen, four birds, two cats, a dog and a Tiki Bar. For more info visit http://stardustmysteries.com.  In addition to writing fiction and plays, Pinto has also written for the Atlantic City Press as well as several blogs and flash fictions websites, and is also and award-winning graphic designer and advertising copywriter. He is an accomplished jazz and swing clarinet and saxophone player and a collector of 20th century pop culture junk. In his spare time he restores and customizes vintage cars, including his own custom 1953 Chevy Belair hot rod (named StarDust).

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