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The Case of the Missing Bubble Gum Card: A Jarvis Mann Private Detective HardBoiled Mystery Short Story (Jarvis Mann Detective Book 1)

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#1 AMAZON BESTSELLERJarvis Mann is a private detective, whose business thrived on the mundanePaying the bills by shadowing cheating spousesGetting in the middle of messy divorcesAnd working for the fat-cat insurance companies running down false claims
On a Winter's Sunday afternoon, a young man graces his office stepsHis words coaxing with the simple declaration of "Please"Convincing Jarvis to help find a valuable missing Ernie Banks rookie baseball card
With a dry sense of humor, Jarvis tours the Denver neighborhood with the ladDoor to door, friend to friend, until a clue leads to a surprising discoveryA young man's personal pain revealedWitnessing a friend's act of self-sacrificeBoth teenagers teaching Jarvis a life lessonThat will shape him with new hope and resolve
An 8400 word Short Story by Author R Weir
Plus a preview of the first novel in the Jarvis Mann PI series: Tracking A Shadow


***REVIEWS***
"Jarvis is my new favorite PI. love the story and the character." - Amy's Bookshelf Reviews "Amy Shannon"

"This story has a great atmosphere and an excellent moral. Would definitely recommend." - Lara Rouse
"Beautiful story and well written. It is a short story you can read in a half hour. It definitely is a clean read, no sex and no explicit language. It would especially appeal to YA readers, but adults will love it." - Zeece Lugo

"I really didn't know about the title but I have to say this far exceeded my expectations. It introduced us to a hard boiled detective with a semi-soft heart. I loved this series and want to read more. Please go and check it out its so worth the read." - Kiki's Indie Reviews and Rants's Activity

Please check out the rest of the Jarvis Mann Detective series:

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.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MQHVKJA

Twice As Fatal, where he works two cases that draw him into a seedy underworld, complicating his professional and personal life.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XTNTHWW

Blood Brothers, where Jarvis is summoned back to his hometown of Des Moines, Iowa, to help his brother out of a life-threatening situation.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B019S6AQXW

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.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LY8JZND

The Case of the Invisible Souls, where he helps a homeless man find out why many of his brethren in the homeless community are disappearing, never to be seen again.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071SJPFTZ

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!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079MDS1K9


Coming Soon: Mann in the Crossfire

If you want to reach out, please email me at: rweir720@gmail.com

Follow R Weir and Jarvis Mann on these social sites, as I appreciate hearing from those who've read my books:

https://rweir.net

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