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The Highly Effective Detective Plays the Fool Summary
In this third installment of Richard Yanceys hilarious Teddy Ruzak P.I. series, Teddys latest client is a good looking dame with long blond hair and great gams. Her husband, she suspects, is stepping out on her, and she hires Teddy to nail the cheater. Then the client disappears. Is this a divorce caseor a murder?
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"The appealing if bizarre narrative voice carries the action briskly along." - Publishers Weekly
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Richard Yancey Author Biography
Since he was quite young, Rick knew he wanted to be a writer.
After earning a degree in English from Roosevelt University in
Chicago, Rick returned to his native Florida to pursue
a career in the arts. While teaching part time and dabbling
in the theater, he decided to take a job with the Internal Revenue Service, where he served as a revenue officer for over ten years.
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