Blue is for Murder

To solve this case and exonerate his client, the Jack Daniels-loving gumshoe’s investigation must balance relationships among his Pulitzer-Prize winning girlfriend/reporter, Sylvia Blackwood; his friends - Boston Homicide Officer, Nigel Pounce, and CIA Agent, Ken Salamander; and his client, as they become drawn into a deadly labyrinth designed by both sides of the conflict on the Korean peninsula. More

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About E.W. Farnsworth

Dr. Wilson F. Engel, III, writing under his own name and the pseudonym E. W. Farnsworth, is widely published on line and in print. With over 250 poems in print and online, Dr. Engel is the author of seven books of poetry (four illustrated by artist Charlene S. Engel), two novels, a critical edition, numerous stories, a film script, a play, and over 250 literary essays, articles, notes and reviews. Winner of five first-place prizes in open, international competitions for his short stories in 2014 and 2015, Dr. Engel's westerns, spy stories, romance/thrillers and a romance will be separately published under contract in 2015. His picaresque novel about global intrigue in cryptocurrency enforcement will appear in 2016. Dr. Engel has had 23 short stories contracted for publication in anthologies that will appear in 2015. Some of E. W. Farnsworth's sci-fi stories and modern fables are available on line from Ether Books in the UK and fictuary.com in the US, and two of his John Fulghum mysteries will be coming on line in 2015 at IndelibleCHAOS in India.

About the Series: John Fulghum Mysteries
John Fulghum, Private Eye, takes on cases that the local Boston Area Police Department can't. A fan of the race track, a good smoke and being a Tennessee Squire may be 'bad' habits, but it helps him focus. He has a few pals that help grease the wheels, but it's Fulghum's grit that gets the job done.

This collection of noir-esque mysteries is a thrill ride you don't want to miss.

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