Bad Moon On The Rise

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When a young basketball star and his drug-addicted mother disappear without a trace, the boy's ailing grandmother begs reluctant P.I. Casey Jones to find him before she dies. Bad Moon on the Rise brings back all the Casey Jones characters readers love so well, introduces a new love interest for Casey and reveals a life-changing secret about one of her most-loved friends. More

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About Katy Munger

Katy Munger is an American writer best known for writing the Casey Jones mystery series. She has also written under the name Gallagher Gray (the Hubbert & Lil series mystery series) and is currently writing the Dead Detective series as Chaz McGee. All of these books are now available in e-book format.

She was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is a former book reviewer for The Washington Post and was a founder of Tart Noir, a subgenre of crime fiction created in part by Munger, Sparkle Hayter, Laura Lippman, and Lauren Henderson.

She began her writing career as Gallagher Gray, writing four books in the Hubbert & Lil series in the 1990s. During the late '90s, she began the Casey Jones series and is now writing the Dead Detective series, under the pseudonym, Chaz McGee. Beginning in 2012, her Dead Detective series will begin appearing in hardback from Severn House publishers under her real name.

Books By Katy Munger:

Hubbert & Lil series (as Gallagher Gray)
* Hubbert & Lil: Partners In Crime (1991)[13]
* A Cast Of Killers (1992)
* Death Of A Dream Maker (1995)
* Motive For Murder (1996)

Casey Jones series
* Legwork (1997)
* Out of Time (1998)
* Money to Burn (1999)[14]
* Bad to the Bone (2000)
* Better Off Dead (2001)
* Bad Moon on the Rise (2009)

Dead Detective series (as Chaz McGee)
* Desolate Angel (2009)
* Angel Interrupted (2010)

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Reviews

Review by: mbjac on April 21, 2011 :
It's been quite a few years since the last Casey Jones book and I'm glad Katy Munger decided to revive this great character. I really enjoyed the prison storyline, because of Casey's history. The new love interest is also a nice twist. In short this book was just a really enjoyable read, it's great to have Casey back.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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