About the Book
Being a private eye means helping the little guy and that is what Benny Cahill does for a living. The problem is: this kind of work can be bad for your health. After helping a jockey put a bet on a fixed race, Benny loses the money ands finds his client dead. With the cops eyeing him for the hot seat, Benny Cahill must bring the real killers to justice. All because a jockey had never heard of the phrase: "Don't Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth".
About the Author
John Paul was born and raised in West Michigan. He discovered detective stories at an early age through the magic of Old Time Radio. Since then he has devoured hundreds of hours of radio shows (such as Sam Spade, Philip Marlowe, Boston Blackie, Richard Diamond and Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar) and mystery stories. With all this knowledge, he decided to take a crack at recreating those hard-boiled stories of yesteryear. Someday he plans to expand into scifi and westerns.