Nominated for a Shamus Award
Lowlife Nicky LeBow made a habit of hiding out in strangers’ homes. No one noticed him until the day he entered the wrong house and found himself targeted by both cops and crooks.
Sam Quinton, private investigator and former professional wrestler, didn’t care much about Nicky either, until the squatter ended up dead, and an elderly couple quietly living out their golden years became the killers’ next targets.
Squatter’s Rights is the first book in the Sam Quinton Mystery series.
Sam is a lovable tough guy and makes a great protagonist.
A good read that surfs the ever-changing waves of good and evil.
A great start to a new series! This fast paced detective novel was certainly a page turner.
A high-school teacher, former college instructor and fiction writer, Kevin R. Doyle is the author of two crime novels, The Group and When You Have to Go There, published by MuseItUp Publications, and one horror novel, The Litter, published by Night to Dawn Magazine and Books. This year will see the release of the first book in his Sam Quinton mystery series, Squatter’s Rights, by Camel Press. He has had numerous short horror stories published in small press magazines. Doyle teaches English and public speaking at a high school in Missouri.
My Writing Blog
Two big pieces of news recently: First, The Wild Rose Press will be releasing a new version of my old rock fiction novelette, One Helluva Gig. Don't have a release date yet, but we're well into the editing stage. Second, and really big, a few weeks back Camel Press...
Having just received back the signed contracts, I can now announce that my three procedurals (The Group, When You Have to Go There, and And the Devil Walks Away) have found a new home at The Wild Rose Press. The three are temporarily unavailable as we transition...
Summer itinerary goes like this: Finish third Sam Quinton book. (Long way to go on that.)Complete short story I began a while back.Revise and tighten up an older, unsold book and get it going the rounds again. Aww, for the days when summer break meant a break from...