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Death in Pacific Heights: A Carly Paladino and Noah Lang Mystery (San Francisco Mysteries)

Tierney, Ronald

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ISBN 10: 0727867288 / ISBN 13: 9780727867285
Published by Severn House Publishers April 2009, 2009
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Title: Death in Pacific Heights: A Carly Paladino ...

Publisher: Severn House Publishers April 2009

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition

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From the creator of Deets Shanahan - Carly Paladino, a newly established PI, has a case: the death of the daughter of an old and moneyed Pacific Heights family. A mysterious young man is arrested for the murder, but Carly suspects the real murderer is inside the Hanover mansion. Meanwhile, streetwise private eye Noah Lang gets involved, but he struggles with the consequences of his last assignment. Can he put this behind him and come up with a solution to murder?

From Publishers Weekly:

Tierney's less than impressive first in a San Francisco mystery series introduces a pair of PIs. Carly Paladino, who's just quit her job with a large Bay Area security firm, lands her first solo case: investigating the death of Olivia Hanover, a teenage girl from a socially prominent family whom someone injected with a fatal dose of morphine. Paladino's search for an office leads her to PI Noah Lang, who's looking to share his work space. Conveniently, Lang is helping the defense attorney representing the police's prime suspect in the Hanover case. Meanwhile, a suspicious husband hires Lang to keep an eye on his possibly wandering wife. When Lang hears the gunshot that claims the woman's life, he can't buy into the official line that the death was a suicide. Some prosaic prose (Life goes on and it doesn't, she thought, whether you like it or not) and insufficiently interesting lead characters put this a cut below Tierney's Deets Shanahan series (Asphalt Moon, etc.). (May)
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