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People like Teska don’t just write, they make things happen and she makes trinkets.

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Review for Thin As Smoke by Erin O’Quinn. #review

5 READS! “…Simon and Michael are spectacular once again…this is a great addition [to] the series [Gaslight Mysteries] and a must read, especially if you like historical settings.” – Padme’s Library –

Review URL: http://padmeslibrary.blogspot.com/2015/02/thin-as-smoke-by-erin-oquinn.html?zx=dbe9ab7946c03d71

In 1924, the PI team of Michael McCree and Simon Hart are on the trail of missing motors—a mundane case that turns deadly when they discover the link between their case and that of Samuel Dashiell Hammett.

The writer of hard-boiled crime is scratching to earn a living, and his work as an undercover Pinkerton operative lands him on the shore of the Irish Sea, in the city of Dun Linden. In one of a series of coincidences, Hammett finds himself paired with his old friend Michael, a man he knew in the U.S. before he left for the World War.

“Sam,” as he’s known to Michael, unwittingly sets in motion a series of events that separate the two partners and sometime-lovers. Working on his own, Simon finds himself on both ends of a Smith & Wesson revolver. Meanwhile, Sam and Michael discover that the perilous connection between motors and Mafia bootleggers also means a shattering of former alliances…because Michael and his old friend share a secret, one that threatens to end both his career and his complex relationship with Simon.

Read an excerpt and/or purchase: http://www.amberquill.com/store/p/2118-Thin-As-Smoke.aspx