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Les Edgerton



Les Edgerton is an American author of eighteen books, including two about writing fiction: Finding Your Voice and Hooked. He also writes short stories, articles, essays, novels, and screenplays.


Genres: Mystery
 
Novels
   The Death of Tarpons (1996)
   Just Like That (2011)
   12 Mad Men (2014) (with others)
   Bomb! (2016)
   Monday's Meal (2018)
   Mirror, Mirror (2019)
   Hard Times (2020)
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Collections
   Lagniappe (2017)
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Non fiction
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Books containing stories by Les Edgerton
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Blood and Gasoline (2018)
High-octane, High-velocity Action
edited by
Mario Acevedo
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Crimespree Magazine #66 (2017)
(Crimespree Magazine)
edited by
Jon Jordan and Ruth Jordan
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Mama Tried (2016)
Crime Fiction Inspired By Outlaw Country Music Book 1
edited by
James R Tuck

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Savage Gerry (2021)
John Jantunen
"This is an Old Testament novel of fire and brimstone, of a fierce, just God. This is a novel of an eye for an eye. This is a novel of strong and stoic men, who take care of their families and ask for no quarter. A novel of men’s actions, not their words. This is a novel of the love of men for their sons. This is a novel of strength, not of weakness."
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Man of the World (2020)
(Tommy Bennett, book 2)
Paul D Brazill
"Paul D Brazill is the Crown Prince of Noir."
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Bad Samaritan (2018)
(Nick Forte Mystery, book 5)
Dana King
"Dana King is such a terrific writer that if he wrote soup label copy, I’d have a cupboard full of tomato, mushroom and chicken noodle soup… and never open a can. The good news is that he has a new book out titled Bad Samaritan and once again, King doesn’t disappoint. His bad-ass detective, Nick Forte, is after nasty guys who abuse and exploit women and since these jerks operate in Chicago, they’re in a world of hurt as Nick also lives in Chicago and doesn’t suffer creeps gladly. Full-bore action coming at you on every page. Glom onto this one—you’ll thank me if you do."

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