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by Walter Satterthwait
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Croft looks for evidence to free a tarot reader accused of killing a satanist. Strong cosmic energy and stunning scenery have long made Santa Fe a destination for New Age enthusiasts. At a gathering of New Mexico's most renowned mystics, known satanist Quentin Bouvier flaunts a priceless tarot card; a few hours later, he is found hanged from a rafter, head bashed in, the card missing. Suspicion falls on Giacomo Bernardi, a tarot reader and owner of the scarf with which Bouvier was strung up.
Beginning with Wall of Glass (1988), Satterthwait wrote five Croft novels, concluding the series with 1996’s Accustomed to the Dark. In between Croft books, he wrote mysteries starring historical figures, including Miss Lizzie (1989), a novel about Lizzie Borden, and Wilde West (1991), a western mystery starring Oscar Wilde.
Wall of Glass (Joshua Cr. .has been added to your Cart. Walter Satterthwait (b. 1946) is an author of mysteries and historical fiction. A fan of mystery novels from a young age, he spent high school immersed in the works of Dashiell Hammett and Mickey Spillane
Wall of Glass (Joshua Cr. A fan of mystery novels from a young age, he spent high school immersed in the works of Dashiell Hammett and Mickey Spillane. While working as a bartender in New York in the late 1970s, he wrote his first book: an adventure novel, Cocaine Blues (1979), about a drug dealer on the run from a pair of killers. Series: Joshua Croft (Book 1).
Private investigator Joshua Croft sits bored in his office, hoping he'll get home in time to avoid the storm. Croft humors the cowboy, fishing for information on the heist, but the stranger leaves without giving away the scheme. Just before closing, a man enters, wearing jeans, a Stetson, and a hard-eyed squint that tells Croft he wears the outfit for work, not fashion. A friend of the cowboy's possesses of a haul of stolen jewels, and wants Croft's help selling them back to the insurance company. The next day, the cowboy is found stone-cold dead, riddled with bullets.
Wall of Glass - Walter Satterthwait. When I came across the first in the Joshua Croft series, Wall of Glass, I remembered enjoying a book he'd written about Lizzie Borden, so I had to give this book a try. I'm glad I di. e don't learn much about Croft's backstory in this book. He's a private investigator working for the Mondragon Agency owned by wheelchair-bound Rita Mondragon. Croft turns him down, and the cowboy is found dead the next day.
Walter Satterthwait resides in Los Angeles, loves to ride his motorcyle, and writes mysteries that have an international audience. In addition to the Joshua Croft series, he has written the historical mysteries Wilde West and Masquerade. Published April 10, 2012 by MysteriousPress. 254 pages Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror.
Then he smiled, straightened up, and tossed the knife casually to the floor. Bookend Number Two was out for the count, slumped in a fetal ball on the floor, but Number One was pulling himself to his feet, and from the anger in his face I knew he was going to try a rush at me. I said to Headband, Tell him to lie down. Calma te, Headband told him. Bookend hesitated, and Headband snapped, Acostado de suelo.
Written by Walter Satterthwait, Audiobook narrated by Traber Burns. A Joshua Croft Mystery, Book 1. By: Walter Satterthwait. Narrated by: Traber Burns. Series: Joshua Croft, Book 1. Length: 7 hrs and 16 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Modern Detective.
by Walter Satterthwait. As an associate at Santa Fe’s Mondragon Detective Agency, Joshua Croft has heard a lot of strange proposals. Thinking he has a deal with Croft, the cowboy leaves as mysteriously as he arrived.
Joshua Croft wasn't looking for trouble. It just managed to find him. While Santa Fe private investigator Joshua Croft wasn't exactly comfortable fencing a stolen diamond necklace, he did have a living to make. But when the small-time cowboy who'd offered him the deal was murdered, Croft knew he was into something hotter than hot ice.
In the posh section of Santa Fe, raw earth is as chic as sushi, and the trail of dirt Croft follows leads to even dirtier secrets, kinky sex, drugs, and double dealings--and a second murder that strikes just a little too close for comfort.
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