Today in January Magazine, Stephen Miller reviews The Do-Re-Mi by Ken Kuhlken.

“Ken Kuhlken first burst onto the crime fiction scene with The Loud Adios,” writes Miller, “which won the Private Eye Writers of America/St. Martin’s Press Award for Best First Private Eye novel for the year 1991. Set in 1943, it introduced private eye Tom Hickey and his family, and continued for two other books, The Venus Deal (1993) and The Angel Gang (1994). As the Hickey novels stretched into the 1950s it appeared that the thread had run itself out.”

But, as Miller discovers, appearances really can be deceiving and Hickey and company are back for another run.

Miller’s review of The Do-Re-Mi is here.

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