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Dex Morneau is a self-described long-haired heap of sinew and gristle, with too few clients and too much drinking time on his hands. He's comfortable in his own skin, uncomfortable around anyone else's - tired, apathetic, and generally resigned to both, due to his propensity toward circumspection. He supplements his private detective work with process serving, and is none too happy about that fact. Six months ago, Carla Danning sauntered into his life, all tits, temperament and testicular torture, and she's been an invective-spewing shackle around his tackle ever since.

©2012 Jeni Decker (P)2013 Jeni Decker

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  • william veling
  • 29-07-19

Luvs me some Crites.

Unable to easily find any of Greg Crites' other audiobooks I subscribed to Audible to enjoy this new, to me, book.

As expected I enjoyed Crites' bentness and his delivery. This story is more tame than the other works by this author that I have read and or listened to.

I recommend this book to all.