A.J. Devlin: Rolling Thunder

The Split-Lip Sallies are roller derby queens. But their coach Lawrence is missing and Stormy Daze (AKA Stephanie Danielson) hires Jed Ounstead to find him.

To do so he enters into a world of fetish clubs, dachshund racing, and blackmail. There will be violence.

At the Emerald Shillelagh, Ounstead’s cousin Declan pours a great Guinness and is always on-hand to help out for shits and giggles. A hard man like that is going to be needed.

There is a man though, attired in a grey suit and strangely, wearing a bowler hat and carrying an umbrella. Ounstead sees him every now and again watching him. Who is he and why is he stalking Ounstead?

Get yourself ready for another entertaining read with the second “Hammerhead” Jed Mystery. It’s the kind of book we need right now.

Cobra Clutch Audiobook Now Available!

In 2018 I reviewed A.J. Devlin’s debut book Cobra Clutch and it went on to win two prestigious crime fiction awards, the Arthur Ellis and Left Coast Crime.

Now there’s great news for audiobook fans, Cobra Clutch is available as an audiobook. You don’t have buy the audio or print edition it to enjoy Rolling Thunder…but you should anyway.

Cobra Clutch is available at these vendors: Audible, Kobo, Google, Findaway, Bibliotecha, Hibooks, Scribd, Playster, Downpour, ABC (not connected to the TV channel), Libro FM, Recorded Audio, Hoopla, OverDrive, and Storytel.

~ June Lorraine

 MurderInCommon.com is a Feedspot Top 100 Crime Novel Blog

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  1. Re: Rolling Thunder, the bowler-hatted, umbrella-carrying man sounds really out of place in this world. Your review of the book made me want to pick it up and start reading right now!

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  2. Thank you for sharing this, another author to check out.

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  3. This sounds fun–if only for the dachshund racing, but there’s so much more. I’m going to take a break from blogging and do some reading. This is one I will seek out. I’ll let you know how much I like it. Thanks.

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