The Seattle Changes

The Seattle Changes : A Ray Neslowe Mystery

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An Emerald City Elegy For Ray Neslowe, being a private detective in Seattle isn't quite the life of excitement people see on TV. He serves legal papers on witnesses and does background checks for clients, but most of his work comes in the form of spying on cheating spouses for his divorce-attorney employer. He shoots with a camera, not a gun. Then one night on a stakeout, all that changes when Neslowe suddenly finds himself on the run-the only problem is, he doesn't know who's after him. Desperate to seek refuge, he accidentally stumbles onto a crime scene and is arrested by the police instead. It will take all his skills as an investigator as well as help from every contact he has in town for the detective to keep himself from being convicted of murder. Like the improvisation of a great jazz musician, there's no road map this time as Ray Neslowe is forced to work his way through the Seattle changes.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 330 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 18mm | 327g
  • English
  • 1728309921
  • 9781728309927

About Eric Olsen

Eric B. Olsen is the author of six works of fiction in three different genres. He has written a medical thriller entitled Death's Head, as well as the horror novel Dark Imaginings. He is also the author of three mystery novels, Proximal to Murder and Death in the Dentist's Chair featuring amateur sleuth Steve Raymond, D.D.S., and The Seattle Changes featuring private detective Ray Neslowe. In addition, he is the author of If I Should Wake Before I Die, a collection of short horror fiction. Today Mr. Olsen writes primarily non-fiction, including The Death of Education, an exposé of the public school system in America, The Films of Jon Garcia: 2009-2013, an analysis of the work of the acclaimed Portland independent filmmaker, and a collection of essays entitled The Intellectual American. His most recent book is Ethan Frome: Analysis in Context, a contextual close reading of Edith Wharton's classic novel. Mr. Olsen lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife. Please visit the author's web site at https: //sites.google.com/site/ericbolsenauthor/home or contact by email at neslowepublishing@gmail.com.
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