Nacho Perez, Private Eye

Nacho Perez, Private Eye

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Nacho Perez is a retired Marine gunnery sergeant turned private eye. In this short story collection, his cases range from murder to extortion and other crimes. Even a simple vandalism case nearly gets him killed. The stories are -Badger Game, - -San Antonio Blues, - -In Search of El Dorado, - and -Whiskey's for Drinking.- As a bonus, the collection ends with a flash-fiction detective story set in a futuristic New York City. The outcome turns on Asimov's First Law of Robotics. Three of the five stories in the collection are prize winners. -Badger Game- won first place in the short-story category in the 2009 San Antonio Writers' Guild annual contest. -Whiskey's for Drinking- won second place in the short-story category in the 2014 San Antonio Writers' Guild annual contest. -The Butler Couldn't Have Done It- won first place in the flash-fiction category in the same contest.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 82 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 5mm | 95g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514713594
  • 9781514713594

About Kenneth L Bennight Jr

Kenneth Bennight grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas, and went to the University of Texas at Austin, where he was in Naval ROTC. After three years of active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps, he returned to Austin to attend the University of Texas School of Law. He graduated in December 1975, was admitted to the bar in May 1976, and has been practicing law ever since. Kenneth has reduced his law practice and is spending more time writing. Most of his writing is fiction, though he occasionally writes nonfiction, including the legal reference handbook, Texas Law of Streets and Alleys. Kenneth and his wife Susan were married June 6, 1970, and reside in San Antonio, Texas. They have two adult daughters and a grandson, who brightens their lives. They also own land backing up to the Navidad River in Lavaca County, Texas, which led to the inspiration for "Wild Man of the Navidad."
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