Detective John Saunders' Collection
The year is 1946 and the war is over, or so the government would have you think. There’s a different kind of war going on through the streets of West Hollywood, and its one detective’s job to make sure that those responsible for crimes against humanity are brought to justice. At least, that’s what the job’s supposed to be. More
Detective John Saunders’ Collection:
The year is 1946 and the war is over, or so the government would have you think. There’s a different kind of war going on through the streets of West Hollywood, and its one detective’s job to make sure that those responsible for crimes against humanity are brought to justice. At least, that’s what the job’s supposed to be. The reality is a police force where half are inept and the other half are on the mob’s payroll. It’s these hurdles that John Saunders must overcome if he wants to keep his city from falling apart at the seams.
Detective John Saunders has been on the police force almost twenty years now. He’s a drunk, a loudmouth, and a womanizer, but he’s also the best damned detective in the city.
When a young Spanish immigrant is murdered, John's life becomes a whirlwind of passion and intrigue.
This short story is about sex, drugs and guns— and they all kill.
Mind the Gap:
Be mindful of the gap, detective.
That’s the last thing Detective John Saunders remembered before he was beaten in the parking lot of West Hollywood University. He couldn’t help but think of the events that had brought him to this particular point.
Her name was Cindy Faulk, a nineteen year old freshman, and she was attacked in her classroom. With no clear suspects, John must broaden his scope if he hopes to find the men responsible, before they strike again.
A midnight bank heist goes wrong and Detective John Saunders finds himself caught in the middle of a shootout between the police and the mob-run bank owners. It’s up to him to grab the lone female burglar before the mob finds them all responsible.
It was yet another cold and dreary night in West Hollywood as Detective John Saunders finds himself under the shelter of the Foxy Lady Gentlemen’s Club. Here, he would find that he was missing something he never even knew he needed.
Afterhours protection has never been John’s specialty, often more content to be running through the alleyways in pursuit of a suspect or a hot lead. The pay soon changes his mind, and when a hotshot movie star’s daughter needs his assistance, he learns that sometimes the pay just isn’t worth it.
No one likes a long shot like a gambler; and that’s exactly what Detective John Saunders’ hoping on— a long shot. One hundred thousand dollars are on the line in a high stakes poker game, and John’s found himself in the final two. It’s enough for either an early retirement or a quick grave. That’s if the rest of the denizens of the underground casino have their way.
Warning: This eBook contains graphic violence, coarse language and sexual intercourse. Adults only. Word Count: 30,999.