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The Atlas Six
Desert City Diva
A Noir P.I. Mystery Set in California149
A darkly humorous noir mystery featuring laidback, guitar-playing private investigator Rolly Waters. Rolly Waters has many reasons to regret going out for Mexican food at 2.30 in the morning. Not least because then he would never have met dance-club DJ Macy Starr - possibly the most infuriatingly unpredictable and secretive client he has ever taken on. Macy Starr wants Rolly to find out what happened to the young woman she knew as Aunt Betty, the woman who rescued her as a child and who then disappeared without trace. The only clue she has to go on is a curious one-stringed guitar. Rolly's investigation leads to a weird world of alien-obsessed cults, a strange desert hideaway known as Slab City - and to a 20-year-old unsolved murder case. But how can he solve the mystery if he can't even trust his own client?
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"Offbeat characters and popular musical lore distinguish this decidedly unusual tale." Publishers Weekly "Fans of wisecracking California crime solvers will enjoy this working-class PI with a poet's soul" Booklist "The dialogue is the real attraction. It is sparse but ricochets with witty abandon. This bare-bones style evokes the natural desolateness of the desert backdrop beautifully, allowing the story to thunder on to a shocking conclusion." -- Foreword Reviews
Corey Lynn Fayman has worked as a keyboard player, sound technician, and interactive designer. He lives in San Diego, California, and is the author of two previous Rolly Waters mysteries, the most recent of which, Border Field Blues, won the Genre Award at the 2013 Hollywood Book Festival.