The Case of the Invisible Souls: A Jarvis Mann Detective HardBoiled Mystery Novella
Taking pause to the man's story at firstJarvis digs deeper learning of plans to clear out the homelessWhen the man is attacked, and seriously injuredJarvis goes undercoverLearning more about life on the streets than he ever knewBecoming one of the Invisible Souls in search of an answer.
A short but powerful read. I will say that I love the Jarvis Mann books however this one had a powerful underlying message of the homeless and of the people who have served our country and been forgotten - Shelly Wygant
This is a very short story and quick read that will have you rooting for Invisible Souls everywhere. R. Weir is an amazing story teller - Kelli Harper
Wow!!! Where do i start? This story is so well written and filled with all the right elements that a great author lays on paper for you to see. - B.K. Maxwell
I'm pretty sure I have a full blown crush on Jarvis Mann. He has a kind soul and a gentle heart. He is willing to help even those who can't afford to pay. This is a fantastic short story (53 pages of Jarvis Mann perfection) that moves quickly and is an enjoyable read - Maura
Please check out the rest of the Jarvis Mann Detective series:
The Case of the Missing Bubble Gum Card, where Jarvis Mann helps a young man find a valuable missing Ernie Banks trading card. Now PERMAFREE on Amazon:
Tracking A Shadow, where Jarvis Mann is hired to track down the stalker of his sultry female client and is pulled into a web of lies and deceit.
Twice As Fatal, where he works two cases that draw him into a seedy underworld, complicating his professional and personal life.
Blood Brothers, where Jarvis is summoned back to his hometown of Des Moines, Iowa, to help his brother out of a life-threatening situation.
Dead Man Code, as Jarvis digs into a murder case of a computer software engineer and soon is confronted by Russian Mobsters and Chinese government goons, as all try to stop him from uncovering a crooked tech company.
The Front Range Butcher, Jarvis Mann faces a serial killer in a psychological battle of wills. Can he outwit such a mastermind, or has he met his match!
Coming Soon: Mann in the Crossfire
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