Squatter’s Rights by Kevin R. Doyle
Squatter’s Rights, by Kevin R. Doyle
When private detective Sam Quinton sets out to solve the murders of a stripper and small-time gambler, he ends up in the middle of an organized crime war, testing Quinton’s loyalty to an old friend and making him the killers’ next target. While working to stay one step ahead of the killers, Quinton also has to safeguard the life of an elderly couple, who unwittingly hold the key to solving the murders and ending the war.
Lowlife Nicky LeBow made a habit of hiding out in strangers’ homes. No one noticed him until the day he entered the wrong house and found himself targeted by both cops and crooks. Sam Quinton, private investigator and former professional wrestler, didn’t care much about Nicky either, until the squatter ended up dead, and an elderly couple quietly living out their golden years became the killers’ next targets.
Squatter’s Rights is the first book in the Sam Quinton series.
A high school teacher, former college instructor and fiction writer, Kevin R. Doyle’s stories, mainly in the horror and suspense genres, have appeared in over twenty-five small press magazines. In 2012, Vagabondage Press released his first e-book, a rock fiction novelette titled One Helluva Gig. Since then, he’s released three novels – The Group, The Litter and When You Have to Go There. In 2018, Coffeetown Press acquired the rights to Squatter’s Rights, a private eye novel. Doyle has a BA in English and an MA in communications and teaches English at a small high school in Missouri.
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