Book Of The Day – Dev Haskell Box Set 1-7

by Ron on November 30, 2017

Today’s Book of the Day is a Mystery box set by Mike Faricy and it’s 90% off for a limited time. Dev Haskell Box Set 1-7 has a 4.1 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $9!

“Enjoyed all seven books in this detective series and I am looking forward to reading more from this author soon.” Mona – Amazon Reviewer


Dev Haskell Box Set 1-7
by Mike Faricy
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Price: $0.99 save $9

 

The Dev Haskell Box Set 1-7 featuring the first seven novels in the award winning Dev Haskell series by bestselling author Mike Faricy. 7 Great Books…One Great Price!

This collection includes the first seven, full length Dev Haskell novels.

Russian Roulette – PI Dev Haskell wakes up one morning in dire need of an aspirin, a cup of coffee, and an hour in the sauna. It seems he’s just spent a wild night with his beautiful bombshell of a client, Kerri, and she’s left him a note. A smart and sly man who fancies himself just a little more savvy and debonair than reality confirms, Dev thinks he’s got it made. But he has absolutely no idea what he’s getting into when he agrees to track down Kerri’s sister Nikki. Turns out both women are involved in an elaborate human trafficking ring with Braco the Whacko, a notorious Russian mobster, at the helm. Soon Dev finds himself at odds with local police, Homeland Security, and an FBI task force, as well as in and out of the hospital thanks to a gunshot wound and a bit of shrapnel in the rear, not to mention on the run from a neurotic underworld boss and a psychotic killer: it must be love…

In a bizarre but compelling mixture of crime and offbeat comedy, Dev proceeds to messily balance both sides of the law in a wacky tale that will keep you on your toes while laughing out loud.

Mr. Swirlee – Skirt-chasing, wise-cracking, dysfunctional Private Investigator Dev Haskell leaves his usual stool at the Spot Bar to take on what looks like a cakewalk job: keep ice cream mogul Mr. Swirlee alive. Turns out Mr. Swirlee is anything but a cakewalk… He’s a ruthless “entrepreneur” with a flash temper, a mean streak a mile wide, and a laundry list of people who want to do him in—including his sex-crazed girlfriend Lola. Things go from bad to worse when Dev discovers his client is running a gambling ring in his ice cream trucks. When Dev’s revelation is detected, a dead body ends up in the trunk of his car. Once again, our hero is in over his head. Thank God for Dev’s sometime friend, felon Tony “Dog” Colli, who agrees to help out.

Murder, mayhem, romance, double cross, and bodies pile up as Dog and Dev follow their difficult client through the streets of St. Paul in the steamy summertime, spinning a colorful yarn with a healthy serving of the bizarre. A fast paced tale of bottom feeders and the criminal class, Mr. Swirlee will leave you at turns gasping and laughing your way through Dev Haskell’s screwy world.

Bite Me – Wise-cracking, back-slapping, sideways-thinking Private Investigator Dev Haskell is in the middle of dissipating a lover’s quarrel with his newest gorgeous knife-wielding female conquest when he gets a call. Members of KRAZ, a radio station that considers itself “the voice of America’s future,” need protection from an apparent death threat. A cursory investigation leads Dev to the conclusion he’s just landed his dream job: providing security for people who don’t actually need it. But alas, the dream ends the moment someone shoots at his clients in broad daylight.

Things quickly fly out of control when Dev suddenly finds himself under the police microscope, literally tied up in a relationship with an unpredictable woman, and dodging a growing pile of bodies that all seem to be linked to him.

Bombshell – Dysfunctional, bumbling, crazy babe-magnet Dev Haskell, Private Investigator, has just landed the job of a lifetime. He’ll be the envy of every guy with a heartbeat: Dev is hired to provide security for a team of beautiful English roller derby stars (with stage names like Harlotte Davidson and Helen Killer). Though he’d rather be standing guard in the shower room, he finds himself in a world of trouble when he’s mistaken for the stalker-turned-killer he’s been tracking.

With an attorney who drinks too much and a team of females ready to kill him, Dev must prove his innocence, all the while finding the real killer and protecting himself against the wiles of yet another irresistible and dangerous woman.

Tutti Frutti – Private Investigator Dev Haskell stumbles into the famed Tutti Frutti in search of an illegal gambling operation. Instead he finds a bondage club run by the mobster D’Angelo brothers, more murder and action than he ever dreamed of, and Candi: devilishly compelling Candi. The kind of woman Dev just can’t learn to leave alone. In classic form, he just might have been set up … again. Tutti Frutti, it turns out, is a dangerous way to live…

Last Shot – Dysfunctional PI Dev Haskell receives a request from beautiful, red-headed Desi Quinn to investigate the trumped-up charges that ruined her life and sent her to prison six years ago. Desi’s life was destroyed after a brief relationship with upstanding citizen, Man-of-the-Year Gaston Driscoll, who just happened to be her boss. She views Dev as her last hope–her last shot–but the impossibly dangerous scenario she describes makes Dev think the investigation would be out of his league; he politely declines.

As Desi’s story slowly unravels, Dev realizes (under a mountain of guilt) that he made a huge mistake. He embarks on a mission to make things right, only to become a killer’s next target. An entertaining tale of intrigue, rank ineptitude, and raucously entertaining one night stands, Last Shot is another funny, fast paced, engrossing thriller from Minnesota’s master of the bizarre.

Ting-A-Ling – In Hitchcockian fashion, the telephone rings at two in the morning. PI Dev Haskell answers, half-asleep, to a giggling woman named Danielle. It seems she’s found his phone number on a bathroom stall. She’s called Dev “for a good time,” but what she really wants is for him to deliver a simple message to her former business partner.

It’s all fun and games (not to mention funny) til someone goes missing. Next thing he knows, our fair but bumbling hero can’t find his client or her business partner, which turns out to be the least of his problems when he finds himself on the hook for murder, and suddenly haunted by a multitude of childhood secrets.

In a bizarre but compelling mixture of suspense, family drama, and offbeat comedy, Dev once again messily balances both sides of the law in a wacky adventure that will keep you on your toes while laughing out loud.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

I love boxed sets and the Dev Haskell set has 7 full length mysteries. They are well written and keep you on the edge of your seat. I highly recommend.

*******

I love the characters and the storylines. The writing is witty, funny and engaging. I couldn’t put the books down. I highly recommend.

*******

Dev Haskett is a misogynist, alcoholic detective and yet he’s funny as heck when you get to read his thoughts. Poor guy gets shot, beaten up and worse but he keeps on trucking.

*******

Private Detective Dev Haskell can’t keep it in his pants, but he always solves the case eventually and with classic style. Love him or hate him, he is outrageous with laugh out loud situations and lots of enjoyment!! I love this series.

*******

Great read! Funny, action packed and fast paced.

Get Dev Haskell Box Set 1-7 here: Dev Haskell Box Set 1-7

About The Author

Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, Mike still spends part of his time in the saintly city as well as in Dublin, Ireland. Contact information for Mike is listed just after this shameless list of titles. Thanks for taking the time and be sure to tell 2-300 of your closest friends.

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