Muddy Mississippi Blues

Muddy Mississippi Blues

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MUDDY MISSISSIPPI BLUES is the second in a series of novellas about Frankie Otay. Frankie's chosen profession of contract killing leads him into the underworld of crime and punishment. He's fallen in love with the daughter of the head of the largest crime family in Memphis, but is on the run as the prime suspect in the death of Daddy Bill Tinkerman. He takes up his own contract on Daddy Bill's #1 adversary - but is this the real person responsible for Daddy Bill's death?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 130 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 200g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150860889X
  • 9781508608899

About Paul Jefferson Davis

Paul Jefferson Davis aka P.J. Davis (1954- ) was born in Memphis, Tennessee. His parents moved to Memphis in the 40's. Paul grew up in the Getwell Road/Elliston Road area of old East Memphis and graduated from Overton High School. He attended Memphis State University (now the University of Memphis) majoring in criminal justice. He has been a police officer for several departments around the city. He is a firearms instructor and range master responsible for training and record keeping. He is a police officer with the town of Byhalia Mississippi (William Faulkner died here). Paul has been married to the former Kimberly Grisham for 13 years and has a daughter, a son, adopted daughter and a step-son His first book, REAPER'S RAIN was followed by the fantasy novel titled, CURSE OF THE VOODOO MOON. The follow-up to CURSE OF THE VOODOO MOON is titled BLOOD MAGNOLIA. He's currently working a murder mystery about a hitman from the streets of Memphis, Tennessee. DIXIELAND is a series of novellas about Frankie Otay and the first will be out in the Spring of 2015. Paul's first magazine article is in the May 2015 issue of SOLDIER OF FORTUNE magazine. It is titled: DETER, DETECT, REACT - The Essence of Dignitary Protection. Paul's photography work is also in the article. Excerpt from Alex Slozzo's blog site (Review of REAPER'S RAIN: Be aware that the world described within these pages is dark, violent and desolate, and there are scenes with tough language, whether it comes from vile human beings or Satan himself. Quite an act of courage on the part of the author, whose background as a law enforcer familiarized him with coarseness on different levels. Also, there is a fair share of graphic scenes, racial slurs(it's the South, after all, and sadly, racism is still alive and well), sexuality, so for those of you looking for a Sunday-school read, you won't find it here. For those who like their Christian fiction way on the gritty side, this is a 10-star read! Thank you, Mr. Davis! Killer of a job!
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