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Of Mice and Murderers by John G. Stockmyer
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Of Mice and Murderers (2001)

by John G. Stockmyer

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Series: Z-Detective (1)

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Big Bob Zapolska (Z for short), an unlicensed private eye who reads science fiction and detective fiction for self improvement. Low rent private eye that he is, Z does not usually get cases that turn into murder nor is he often called upon to help solve cases cases like the theft of a Monet from Kansas City's Nelson Art Gallery.
But Z does have a moral and ethical code so if you need help it's good to have him on your side.

It was a little hard for me to get into the story, I'm not sure why, other than it seemed to take a long time setting the background (more 30%) before getting into the story. Once there it was vastly entertaining ( )
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