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Shadow Roll A Sam Russo Mystery #1 How many gumshoes are dogs It's 1948 Sam Russo self named and self styled would follow in the hard boiled footsteps of Sam Spade if he was hard boiled Up to his hocks in the murders of three young jockeys with both local cops and the track turning a blind eye Sam is a closer He's coming home if it kills him Race horses a gorgeous sassy dame the Season at Saratoga what could a PI want To become the owner of a dog named Jane who is smarter than he is Sam is Jane's partner Sam is the human half who gets the jobs that Jane solves

10 thoughts on “Shadow Roll A Sam Russo Mystery #1

  1. says:

    I haunt the book racks looking for new mystery series They're coming at me from all directions I think there's even a zombie detective or maybe that's a vampire detective Gag me with a stake But here is the real deal Real period New York in the late 40s Mean streets Murder Mayhem And a detective to love and walk with wherever he goes I LOVE Sam Russo In the orpha

  2. says:

    I've found a new detective noir hero Sam is slick and witty Stuck on Staten Island longing for Manhattan He can see the lights from his one room without bath He wants to be Bogart when Bogart's up on the screen playing Sam Spade or Philip Marlowe But he's not Under his hardboil is a soft center I love the drinking and the smoking without thinking twice about it I love

  3. says:

    I've just run through the first three Sam Russo noir novels this one then Good Dog Bad Dog and then The Girl in the Next Room A Sam Russo Mystery Case 3 and now I drum my fingers for Noir 1940s New York Staten Island Saratoga Springs A uirky lead two fabulous sidekicks I want Lots Waiting Ms Longfellow

  4. says:

    For me this book does it I am now convinced Longfellow write anything in any style and do it brilliantly Now devouring the other two Good Dog Bad Dog A Sam Russo Mystery Case 2 and The Girl in the Next Room Fabulous noir set in late 40s New York City

  5. says:

    Mix Bogart on the screen playing Spade or Marlowe add some Marx Brothers and a lot of Carole Lombard make Asta smart fierce funny and prone to humming and then ask a soft hearted gumshoe who's named himself Sam Russo to make sense of some great mysteries and you have a new noir series to die for

  6. says:

    This is the first in a new series of noir Private Eye cases centered on Sam Russo a kid from a horror of a Staten Island orphanage right after the Second World War The mysteries are mysterious I didn't figure out one of them so far the lead is funny and whimsical and self deprecating whose hero is Bogie up there on the Silver Screen Over the course of his first mystery he acuires two sid

  7. says:

    My latest greatest fave rave detective crave All the stuff I like in a murder mystery Really mysterious I never saw the solutions coming Great lead characters In this case there are two besides Sam Russo himself Both of them have the goods for their own series Great atmosphere Staten Island and Manhattan in the late 40s Sharp sassy dialogue I eat this stuff up

  8. says:

    I've found my latest favorite mystery series It has all I ask of noir and Noir isn't usually funny The guy is always dark and troubled and plays things close to his chest Not Sam Sam is funny and not always sure of himself and gets all his best ideas from the movies or his dog Love him More

  9. says:

    This one did it I am now a fan of Ki Longfellow This woman can write anything Deeply profound spiritual fiction Fantasy horror Historical noir Her Sam Russo series is a total delight I am in love with Sam and Jane and Mrs Willingford Oh and Holly

  10. says:

    An absolute delight to read all three of the new Sam Russos May there be On top of being terrific noir and puzzling whodunnits Sam is funny

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