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The Dark Circle by Robert J. Mrazek
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The Dark Circle by Robert J. Mrazek
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Aug 09, 2022 | ISBN 9781639100743

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Praise for The Dark Circle:
“A brisk and bracing second case that slakes the thirst for a classic gumshoe.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Mrazek’s briskly paced mystery offers plenty of twists. Newcomers and series fans alike will be satisfied.” 
Publishers Weekly

Praise for Dead Man’s Bridge:

“[A] book I’d like to recommend is Dead Man’s Bridge by my good friend Robert Mrazek…[He] is a former Congressman from Long Island and an excellent writer. Check out all his books.”
—Nelson DeMille, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Cuban Affair
“Intriguing plot. A hero to root for.”
—Robert Dugoni, #1 Amazon and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of My Sister’s Grave
“A gem of a tale, taut with tension and so wonderfully crafted that it’s difficult to put down.”
—Rick Mofina, international bestselling author of Last Seen

“Dead Man’s Bridge is a vivid and visceral crime story that engages from page one. Robert Mrazek has crafted a genuine page-turner that’s not only smart but truly packs a punch.”
—Douglas Corleone, author of Robert Ludlum’s The Janson Equation

“An action-packed tale that grows in intensity and complexity. A solid choice for fans of Glen Erik Hamilton’s Van Shaw thrillers featuring an ex-army ranger.”
Library Journal, starred review

“[A] strong series launch… The complex characterization of the lead bodes well for the series’ longevity.”
Publishers Weekly

“Mrazek’s gritty, vulnerable sleuth is a compelling protagonist whose first-person narration is punchy and lucid. An auspicious series debut.”
Kirkus Reviews

“This series debut is a good actioner and a very good detective story.”

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