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"Insomnia Blues—A Mystery Novella"

If you are in Cuenca tonight, come by the Sunrise Café for An Evening of the Spoken Word. I will be reading an excerpt from the newly released Jason Freeh Mystery, Book Four.

"The fourth installment of the Jason Freeh Mystery Series, set in Portland, OR, finds Jayce still working cases as he approaches his sixty-fifth birthday, all the while mourning the death of Jennifer, his common-law-wife of fifteen years. A simple job, serving a subpoena on a supposedly homeless street kid at an underground skateboard park, turns into a complex case. Jayce has never considered himself a real detective, just, "A guy who can tolerate sitting in a parked car all night, sipping cold coffee and peeing in a milk carton." But nobody likes being lied to, or played for a fool, so he follows this case to the end. Along the way he uncovers evidence of embezzlement, adultery, identity theft, campaign donor fraud and ultimately, murder."

This short, fast-paced mystery is only available as a Kindle e-book:

Check out the other Jason nFreeh Mysteries at:

Tonight. Doors open at 5, readings at 6., Calle Large, entre P. Aguirre y B. Malo