Graffiti Creek

Graffiti Creek

by Matt Coleman
Graffiti Creek

Graffiti Creek

by Matt Coleman

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On a wall of graffiti, blood splatter gets lost...

So Graffiti Creek--with its shadowed canopy of trees and evidence-destroying stream and the namesake bridge with its puzzle of spray paint--is not the place mysteries get solved. It’s the place where they begin. And Cary Trubody’s mystery began there before she even realized she was a part of it.

On the way home from a party, Cary gets pulled over for running a red light. Within minutes, a routine traffic stop turns into a nightmare of mistaken identity. After escaping from two crooked detectives, Cary finds herself framed for two murders and still clueless as to why every dirty cop in the city is after her.

Elsewhere in the city, Sameer Zardari hasn’t seen his husband in days, and his search leads him down the dark pathways of the journalist’s latest Quixotic story. And Marlowe Holliverse’s brother, Do Right, disappeared while shooting footage for that very story. Both men put themselves on a collision course with Cary, with all of them looking for answers and someone they can trust.

That person may be Bright Hudson. Since witnessing the murder of her father at the hands of a dirty cop, Bright has worked her way from a broken hearted little girl to a dogged police detective. And her life’s goal is to dismantle the inner-department extortion her father died trying to expose.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781950627134
Publisher: Pandamoon Publishing
Publication date: 05/05/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 240
File size: 779 KB

About the Author

Following Biography Matt Coleman is a writer of crime novels and comedy. His debut mystery, Juggling Kittens, was named a Writer's Bone book to watch in January of 2017. Matt is a Crime Writers' Association member, whose short fiction has appeared in a variety of publications, ranging from snooty literary journals like apt to much cooler websites like Shotgun Honey. Prior to the release of his first novel, Matt was a staff writer for The City Life Supplement comedy podcast from 2011 to 2014. He also spent over a decade of his life teaching writing to middle school, high school, and college students in Arkansas and Texas. Matt currently lives in Arkansas with his two daughters.
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