Wrong Man Down

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Pub Date 28 Nov 2020 | Archive Date 01 Feb 2021

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A fun, new, off-beat murder mystery with wacky, nconventional characters!

Jerry Masinton's Wrong Man Down is a thrill ride . . . a twisting story of crime and deception, murder and beterayal-and laugh-out-loud humor. Millie Henshawe--intrepid, smart-talking, gay ex-GI is "the embodiment of a modern ideal--a woman who is disciplined, unimpeded by sentiment or guilt, and fearless." 

--Susanna Moore author of and "Miss Aluminum"

Millie's well-honed skills are tested when the unexpected happens and the hired gun becomes the target! A pitch-black comic novel. Gallows humor and dead-on dialogue.

A fun, new, off-beat murder mystery with wacky, nconventional characters!

Jerry Masinton's Wrong Man Down is a thrill ride . . . a twisting story of crime and deception, murder and beterayal-and...


Advance Praise

“This first installment of a series introduces a talented hit woman . . . The entertaining novel is full of twists and turns and colorful characters . . . Masinton has a particular knack for dialogue . . . A fun crime tale with an intriguing protagonist.” —Kirkus Reviews 

“This first installment of a series introduces a talented hit woman . . . The entertaining novel is full of twists and turns and colorful characters . . . Masinton has a particular knack for dialogue...


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It's been a long time since I've felt the need to carry a book around with me just so I could read it every chance I got. I finished this in two days. The author really has a talent for characterisation. Within a paragraph of the introduction of a new character I could already picture them in my head. Rarely seen nowadays, the book was actually written in good English and there were no plot holes. It wasn't until I reached the blurb at the end that I discovered that the author is an emeritus Professor of English, which I guess explains the quality of the writing. The story twists are reasoned and explained in a depth that wouldn't be out of place in a Reacher novel. The device used t o justify the giving of these explanations is very clever. I' won't reveal it here but suffice to say that doughnuts play an important part. This book was a departure from my normal fare and as I'm sure you've picked up I really enjoyed it.

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