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Claire DeWitt and the Bohemian Highway

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"A distinctive new American voice in mystery fiction." —NPR's Fresh Air

When Claire DeWitt's ex-boyfriend Paul Casablancas, a musician, is found dead in his Mission District house, Claire is on the case. Paul's wife and the police are sure Paul was killed for his valuable collection of vintage guitars. But Claire, the best detective in the world, has other ideas. Even as her other cases offer hints to Paul's fate—a missing girl in the grim East Village of the 1980s and an epidemic of missing miniature horses in Marin County-–Claire knows: the truth is never where you expect it, and love is the greatest mystery of all. "There's absolutely nothing predictable about either the multilayered investigation—cloaked in references to Indian scriptures, Thomas Merton, and cheesy 1980s TV mysteries—or DeWitt herself, who charms despite her fraying life. A" —Entertainment Weekly

"Gran's building something here, something bigger and better than a mere series. She's building a labyrinthine world and filling it out completely, and I'm just happy to be along for the ride." —Los Angeles Review of Books

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Publisher: HMH Books

Kindle Book

  • Release date: June 18, 2013

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  • ISBN: 9780547840642
  • Release date: June 18, 2013

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  • ISBN: 9780547840642
  • File size: 2130 KB
  • Release date: June 18, 2013

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Fiction Mystery

Languages

English

"A distinctive new American voice in mystery fiction." —NPR's Fresh Air

When Claire DeWitt's ex-boyfriend Paul Casablancas, a musician, is found dead in his Mission District house, Claire is on the case. Paul's wife and the police are sure Paul was killed for his valuable collection of vintage guitars. But Claire, the best detective in the world, has other ideas. Even as her other cases offer hints to Paul's fate—a missing girl in the grim East Village of the 1980s and an epidemic of missing miniature horses in Marin County-–Claire knows: the truth is never where you expect it, and love is the greatest mystery of all. "There's absolutely nothing predictable about either the multilayered investigation—cloaked in references to Indian scriptures, Thomas Merton, and cheesy 1980s TV mysteries—or DeWitt herself, who charms despite her fraying life. A" —Entertainment Weekly

"Gran's building something here, something bigger and better than a mere series. She's building a labyrinthine world and filling it out completely, and I'm just happy to be along for the ride." —Los Angeles Review of Books

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