The Other Romanian (Quinn, #4)



The Other Romanian (Quinn, #4) Fiction THE OTHER ROMANIAN Is Anne Argula S Fourth Novel Featuring Her Acerbic And Tough Talking Detective, Quinn The First Of These Fast And Clever Novels, HOMICIDE MY OWN, Earned Argula An Edgar Nomination For Best Paperback Original This Latest Work Continues With That Same Tone Smart, Sexy, And Definitely Off Beat If You Haven T Met Quinn Yet, You Re In For A Welcome Surprise If You Have Met Her, Welcome Back Argula Starts You Guessing With The First Line, And You Aren T Likely To Stop Guessing Until The Very Last Line.

Darryl Ponicsan for several mysteries set in the Pacific Northwest He was born in Northeast Pennsylvania and currently resides in Seattle, Washington.The first novel in the series, Homicide My Own 2005 is about a cop who solves his own murder from a previous life It was nominated for an Edgar Award.The second in the series is Walla Walla Suite 2007 , which follows Quinn, who narrated the first book Now she is in Seattle and working for a mitigation investigator until she is drawn into an unusual murder case.The third in the series is Krapp s Last Cassette, in which Quinn is hired by a screenwriter to verify the existence of a writer whose book he is adapting for HBO The title is a play on the title of Samuel Beckett s Krapp s Last Tape.Ponicsan s Quinn novels are marked by humor and coal regions idiom.

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  • Paperback
  • 220 pages
  • The Other Romanian (Quinn, #4)
  • Anne Argula
  • English
  • 07 November 2017
  • 9781929355853

15 thoughts on “The Other Romanian (Quinn, #4)

  1. Gloria Feit says:

    The author had me from the first page of her new book in point of fact, from the first paragraph , written with consistent wit and clever prose The protagonist, who goes only by the single name Quinn, is a private detective in Seattle, Washington An ex cop in LA and then Spokane, and recently divorced, she has some intriguing tics she dislikes cell phones and uses them as seldom as possible believes in reincarnation has, on the ledge of her office window, a plastic snake named Stanley to scare away pigeons and her closest friends are three homeless Native American young men or the tribals, as she calls them whose hangout of choice is a bench on the street below her apartment window, to whom she regularly brings sandwiches for their lunch or dinner.As the book opens, Quinn receives a call from Sgt Beckman, the fourth best cop in the Seattle Police Department, from a crime scene featuring the body of a man, badly beaten and then shot in the back of the head, whose pockets contained nothing except a matchbook upon which was written her cellphone number When she arrives at the scene, she sees the body of a man she has never seen before Shortly thereafter she receives a mysterious and inexplicable text message from someone apparently named Bruno Both of these things involving the cell phone of a woman who never uses her cell phone, nor gives out its number.On the same day, she receives a call from a woman identifying herself as the third wife of a man who had ...

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