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Long Reach A Streeter Mystery Paperback – Jan 31 1998

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Penguin Paperbacks (Jan. 31 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0140247033
  • ISBN-13: 978-0140247039
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 1.3 x 17.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
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Streeter, the Denver bounty hunter who first appeared in The Low End of Nowhere (LJ 1/96), encounters a formidable enemy in the person of a known murderer released from prison on a technicality. The psychotic felon, Kevin Swallow, has vowed to kill all those connected with his imprisonment, including his lawyer?Streeter's ex-fiancee. Swallow threatens, taunts, kills?all without police or Streeter finding him?until Streeter gets a lucky break or two and teams up with a p.i. involved in the original Swallow case. Authentic action, in-depth characterization, and a nerve-wracking, cat-and-mouse plot make this a winner.
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Streeter, the Denver bounty hunter and private eye who made his debut in The Low End of Nowhere , remains heroically unlucky in love. In addition to four ex-wives, Streeter has a host of former lovers, including Carol, who blamed him for the failure of her criminal-law practice and once stuck her hand in the garbage disposal and hit the switch. So when she calls Streeter to ask him to protect her from a man she once defended in a murder trial, he reluctantly agrees to help. Soon people involved in the case are being killed, and Carol's brittle stability is beginning to crack. Stone, a former journalist and now a real-life Denver private investigator, has two winning skills. He creates fascinating women for Streeter to fall for, and his criminals are both violent and dangerous yet self-destructively stupid. A Long Reach isn't quite as much fun, or as delightfully down and dirty, as its predecessor, but the dames are desirable, and one of the thugs literally shoots himself in the foot. Thomas Gaughan --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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The first 2 sentences of this book hooked me. "Merton"Buddy" Hinckley wouldn't tell you the truth if you set his hair on fire. As a small- time contractor, he treated his customers like lice, and he had more process servers after him than both Clintons combined." Move over, Raymond Chandler. Read this in one sitting. Even though I hated the ex-girl friend and hoped she'd get iced or at least didn't care, Stone makes you care about the story. It moves fast and has interesting characters. The final "show-down" is hilarious; this should be a movie. I plan to read all the Streeter books.
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This book (and the rest of the Streeter Mysteries) are captivating with a rough appeal. The rawness of the lead character, Streeter, makes you scared of him, yet leaves you wanting to now more about him. Stone does an excellent job with the story line that will keep you in suspense until the very end. Can't wait for more of them. If you love a good mystery, look no further.
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Format: Hardcover
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A LONG REACH
Michael Stone
Viking, Feb 1997, $20.95, 225 pp.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa46bd4ec) out of 5 stars 14 reviews
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa44e61bc) out of 5 stars Hooked from the beginning May 24 1998
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The first 2 sentences of this book hooked me. "Merton"Buddy" Hinckley wouldn't tell you the truth if you set his hair on fire. As a small- time contractor, he treated his customers like lice, and he had more process servers after him than both Clintons combined." Move over, Raymond Chandler. Read this in one sitting. Even though I hated the ex-girl friend and hoped she'd get iced or at least didn't care, Stone makes you care about the story. It moves fast and has interesting characters. The final "show-down" is hilarious; this should be a movie. I plan to read all the Streeter books.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa44e65c4) out of 5 stars Cool Pulp! July 22 2005
By P. Robinson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Streeter is back and up to his old tricks. Following the bad guys through twists and turns is no easy job in itself...throw in, getting the girl, making wisecracks and being quicker than the police and you have a five star detective story. I love Streeter - he is like a modern Phillip Marlow. Here Streeter has to protect his ex-wife from a psychopath that was her client and went to jail. Now he is out on a technicality and is furious. His specialty is to make bombs/booby traps to kill everyone involved in the case.

Buy this book if you love faced paced mystery and danger. I guarantee every time you put it down you will make the long reach to pick it back up - it's that good!

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa44e663c) out of 5 stars Poignant and spiritual. Really captures the mood. April 2 1999
By sdupler@clemson.edu - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book (and the rest of the Streeter Mysteries) are captivating with a rough appeal. The rawness of the lead character, Streeter, makes you scared of him, yet leaves you wanting to now more about him. Stone does an excellent job with the story line that will keep you in suspense until the very end. Can't wait for more of them. If you love a good mystery, look no further.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa44e69cc) out of 5 stars Not really a thriller Oct. 27 2014
By Douglas Ray - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
don't think it qualifies as a thriller or even a suspense novel. it's a very typical private eye story, but still a good read. I read the book in one day, so not that hard to keep turning pages.
HASH(0xa44e6b04) out of 5 stars Awesome Pulp Read! May 8 2015
By HornFan2 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Thanks netgalley.com, Brash Books and Michael Stone for this advance copy for my review.

What a read, your hooked from the opening line and Michael Stone's my new favorite author. Streeter's awesome, a tough, brainy bounty hunter and one willing enough too even to help his Ex.

He has multiple ex wives, a mess of girlfriend's, been a linebacker, an accountant, and a bouncer.

Both Spencer and Nick Travers came to mind as I read this one and I mean that as a compliment. What really makes this such an awesome read, is Stone's ability to make all the supporting characters so real life and believable.

He even made me like a bad lady, with Carol Irwin. Her whole storyline is so masterfully done, he doesn't give away totally the fact, that she really wants to kill Streeter and blames him for all the problems in her life.

Stone uses a tried and true formula, it's been done before but he puts his stamp on it, full of twist and turns and it's a really good read.

Definitely recommend this one, it's the 2nd in the Streeter series. Picked up the 1st in the series 'Low End of Nowhere', and have the 3rd on the buy list.

I do hope that Stone will add new books to this four book series. (le


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