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Friday 19 February 2021

☀ Symphony Road: Shane Cleary Mysteries [2] - Gabriel Valjan

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for Symphony Road, a Noir Procedural Historical Crime Fiction by (, Level Best Books, 271 pages).

This is the second book in the Shane Cleary Mysteries series.

Don't miss our guest post by author Gabriel Valjan, 'Fires and Ash: a walk down Symphony Road'.

PREVIEW: Check out the book's synopsis and the Kindle Cloud Reader Preview below, as well as full details of the series.

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Trouble comes in threes for Shane Cleary, a former police officer and now, a PI.

Arson. A Missing Person. A cold case.

Two of his clients whom he shouldn’t trust, he does, and the third, whom he should, he can’t.

Shane is up against crooked cops, a notorious slumlord and a mafia boss who want what they want, and then there’s the good guys who may or may not be what they seem.

The Series: Shane Cleary Mysteries

Click on the book cover to Look Inside the book on Amazon and read an excerpt.

Dirty Old Town [1]

Shane Cleary, a PI in a city where the cops want him dead, is tough, honest and broke. When he’s asked to look into a case of blackmail, the money is too good for him to refuse, even though the client is a snake and his wife is the woman who stomped on Shane’s heart years before.

When a fellow vet and Boston cop with a secret asks Shane to find a missing person, the paying gig and the favor for a friend lead Shane to an arsonist, mobsters, a shady sports agent, and Boston’s deadliest hitman, the Barbarian.

With both criminals and cops out to get him, the pressure is on for Shane to put all the pieces together before time runs out.

[Published 14 January 2020, 172 pages]

About the Author

Gabriel Valjan lives in Boston’s South End.

He is the author of the Roma Series and Company Files (Winter Goose Publishing) and the Shane Cleary series (Level Best Books).

His second Company File novel, The Naming Game, was a finalist for the Agatha Award for Best Historical Mystery and the Anthony Award for Best Paperback Original in 2020.

Gabriel is a member of the Historical Novel Society, International Thriller Writer (ITW), and Sisters in Crime.

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