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Double Jack

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—Book #1 in the series, THE CRIME FILES OF KATY GREEN

The novella that started it all!

It’s night, Sacramento, and single female drivers who break down on the side of Interstate-5 are relieved to see the highway safety CalTrans truck arrive to give assistance… until they realize that’s not what the 400-pound ex-boxer who gets out has in mind…

Such is the M.O. of serial killer, Jack Malenko, who preys on women in distress in full sight of passing traffic. Assigned to the notorious case are homicide detectives Katy Green and Johnny Cato, dubbed by the press as Sacramento’s “Green Hornet and Cato.” However, from the beginning of this case, the two detectives seem to continually be one step behind their huge killer… and each day that passes brings worse news and fresh victims.

How fast can they track down the predatory monster to save further lives, and if they do find him, can they save their own lives in the violent encounter?

With Introduction by John Palisano

and Interior Illustrations by Greg Chapman

Discover why readers have been applauding this stark, fast-paced noir series by multiple-award-winning author, Gene O’Neill! Read DOUBLE JACK and then continue the shocking case files of Sacramento’s “Green Hornet and Cato”:

Book 2: The Crime Files of Katy Green #2: Shadow of the Dark Angel

Book 3: The Crime Files of Katy Green #3: Deathflash

Book 4: The Crime Files of Katy Green #4: A Stick of Doublemint

   

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Available in hardback (dust jacket)
ISBN-13: 978-1-949491-20-3

Available in trade paperback
ISBN-13: 978-0-9988275-6-8

Available in e-book
ISBN-13: 978-0-9988275-7-5

Published October, 2017

 

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PRAISE
                                                                 
  <O'Neill is> a master at causing chills in a reader with subtlety and an economy of words.   Horror World  
     
ABOUT GENE O'NEILL
 

Gene O'Neill

Author, Gene O’Neill

 

Gene O’Neill has seen over 175 of his stories and novellas published, several also reprinted in France, Spain, and Russia. Some of these stories have been collected in Ghost Spirits, Computers & World Machines; The Grand Struggle; In Dark Corners; Dance of the Blue Lady; The Hitchhiking Effect; and Lethal Birds. In addition, he’s published six novels.

Gene has been a Bram Stoker Award® finalist twelve times. In 2010 Taste of Tenderloin won the haunted house for collection, and in 2012 The Blue Heron won for Long Fiction. Recent releases include the four trade paperback versions of the Cal Wild Chronicles from Written Backwards Press, a number of short stories, and a novelette. A long novel, The White Plague Chronicles, is a work in progress, parts to an interested publisher.

Gene lives in the Napa Valley with his wife, Kay. He has two grown children, Gavin, who lives in Oakland, and Kaydee who lives in Carlsbad and rides herd on his two grandchildren, Fiona and TJ.

When he isn’t writing or visiting grandchildren, Gene likes to read good fiction or watch sports—all of them, especially boxing.

For more about Gene's work, visit his ISFDB page.

   
     
 
 
     
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