Murdock Tackles Taos, an all-new Matt Murdock Mystery by Robert J. Ray

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Murdock Tackles Taos presents a new episode in the Matt Murdock Mystery series by Robert J. Ray ($16.95, 350 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-925-1). The adventures of this tough guy detective with a soft heart began with Bloody Murdock and continued through four other novels, all available through Camel Press.

In most of the earlier books, Murdock operates from […]

Dial “M” for Murdock, by Robert J. Ray: Faked Deaths and Real Murders

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In Dial “M” for Murdock ($14.95, 286 pp., ISBN: 978-1-60381-885-8), by Robert J. Ray, private-eye Matt Murdock investigates a series of deaths involving debt-ridden businessmen who have been living suspiciously high on the hog. Originally published in 1988, Dial “M” is Ray’s third Matt Murdock Murder Mystery. Camel Press has brought all five books in the […]

Merry Christmas, Murdock, by Robert J. Ray: Homicide for the Holidays

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Originally published in 1989, Merry Christmas, Murdock ($14.95, 282 pp, ISBN: 978-1-60381-923-7) is Book 4 of Robert J. Ray’s Matt Murdock Murder Mystery series and an entertaining read at any time of year.

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Murdock for Hire by Robert J. Ray: Bondage and Blackmail in LA

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In Murdock for Hire ($13.95, 232 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-883-4), the second book in Robert J. Ray’s Matt Murdock Mysteries Series, the hardboiled but softhearted detective investigates a complicated scheme involving gorgeous call girls, high-grade cocaine, and some kinks à la 50 Shades of Grey. Murdock for Hire was originally published in 1987.

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Bloody Murdock, by Robert J. Ray: Introducing Matt Murdock

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First published in 1986, Bloody Murdock ($13.95, 246 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-887-2), is Robert J. Ray’s first Matt Murdock mystery, a twisty tale about dirty deeds in Hollywood’s seamy underbelly. Ex-cop and Private Eye Matt Murdock is the kindred spirit of John D. Macdonald’s Travis McGee and other truth-seeking, BS-hating, women-loving hardboiled types who came before him.

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