Day Two, It’s Lindy-Loo

I’m so not liking Rey’s “nickname”, but what can you do?  It floats her boat.  Anyway, you have Linda on promo post patrol today.

Forever Poi, the fourth mystery in our Triple Threat Investigation Agency series is available for $0.99 through December 13th!

Instead of me summarizing our adventures, I thought I’d invite Crispy to offer his take.  Crispy, also known as Jester Risco by his family, is a local “retired” torch.

Crispy, buddy, would you like to give these people a sum-up?

Sure, Lindy-Loo, uh, Linda.  Love to.

So, peeps, I got to know the girls, uh, women from the private-eye agency after two Chinatown art galleries burned down.  They actually thought I was responsible for the fires.  LMAO   I’m good, but not a professional . . . not like this torch.

Anyhow, as a friend of Xavier Shillingford, an  insurance adjuster who hired the three ladies, I got to learn about how things were going in their mission to find the person who set the fire and killed two people before setting it. 

You know, they’re pretty good at being P.I.s.—bug a lot of people, ask a ton of questions, check out all clues, and run into some nasty folks who wouldn’t mind blowing their heads off for sticking their noses where they don’t belong. 

There’s an art-gallery owner—partner of the one that was found dead in the ashes—who’s got a weird past.  He’s got an equally weird half-sister who gets whatever she wants, whatever the cost.  She’s got some pals and partners who are pretty dicey, too; you wouldn’t want to meet them in a dark alley. 

As JJ, Rey and Linda nose around, a few more bodies fall to their feet.  It’s a complicated case, for sure, but they don’t give up.  You got to hand it to them for that perseverance; it’s outstanding.

I don’t want to give any more away, so I’ll leave it at that.  If you want a fun read—and want to get to know these pretty private eyes a little better—I recommend you check out the Forever Poi case.

On that note, I better go; I’ve got to meet my parole officer in ten.

Thanks Crispy!  Hope your meeting goes well.  I’m sure those community hours will be completed in no time.

For those who might be interested, you can find Forever Poi here . . .

https://www.amazon.ca/Forever-Poi-Tyler-Colins/dp/1079716483

NOTE: $0.99 promotions are active only in the US and UK stores.

No Buts about It

Coco’s Nuts, the second Triple Threat Investigation Agency case, is available for 99 cents today—the last promo day.

It’s Linda on the North Shore, taking a break from surfing (there are some rad barrels out there).

To pique your curiosity/interest, we’ve been hired to prove Buddy Feuer is innocent of two murders—that of her infamous boss, Jimmy Picolo, and her best friend, Eb Stretta.  Someone did a great job incriminating her and we have to determine who that is—and there are a number of individuals who could be responsible.  It could be Jimmy’s brother looking to expand his own business by acquiring his brother’s.  Or maybe it’s Jimmy’s gambling daughter who owes major dollars to Vegas folks.  What about Jimmy Junior?  Is he hoping to take over his father’s enterprises?  Then there are those “dubious” characters Jimmy’s been known to associate with.  The list goes on . . . and on.

We do stumble across a few more bodies—and dodge a bomb or two—in our search for the truth, never mind that we irk a few people who don’t like to be irked.

Maybe you’d like to check out how we utilize—and expand—our detecting skills?  Please check us out at: https://www.amazon.ca/Cocos-Nuts-Tyler-Colins/dp/1078374368.

NOTE: $0.99 promotions are active only in the US and UK stores.

Four-Ever Nuts

. . . about Coco’s Nuts.  Hey, it’s Rey (Linda was supposed to post today, but she decided surfing on the North Shore would be more fun).

Have you picked up our second case yet?  If not, it’s Day Four of the 99-cent promo—that’s less than a buck, friends.

In a nutshell, here’s what happens.  The three of us from the Triple Threat Investigation Agency attempt to learn who set up our client, Buddy Feuer, to take the rap for two murders—that of her dodgy but rich boss, Jimmy Picolo, and that of trucker pal Eb Stretta.

We happen to stumble over another body or three as we try to figure out who’s who and what’s what—never mind that we meet all sorts of curious (dangerous) people along the way.  JJ’s cocky “boyfriend” shows up again and there’s a cute guy who works for Picolo that catches my eye . . . but nothing (and no one) is quite what it (or he/she) seems to be, if you catch my drift.

To read about this peculiar—but super thrilling—case, please check us out at: https://www.amazon.ca/Cocos-Nuts-Tyler-Colins/dp/1078374368.

 NOTE: $0.99 promotions are active only in the US and UK stores.