By Paul neuhaus
Jack Huggins wants to be a hard-boiled L.A. detective in the tradition of Philip Marlowe and Elvis Cole, but he’s got baggage.
A whole carousel of baggage.
Can Huggins track down a missing movie star in time to save his old mentor’s son? Can he bring down a nutty (yet murderous) Hollywood cult? Can he get out of his own way long enough to even make it through the day?
Find out in Paul Neuhaus’ Kingdom Come, the first in a series of detective novels starring the uber-neurotic Jack Huggins.
Meet the Author
Paul was born long, long ago in Cincinnati, Ohio. He had a normal childhood and did moderately well in school. In the year 2000, he moved to sunny Southern California where took a wife and produced twin offspring.
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