Troublemaker by Joseph Hansen audiobook

Troublemaker: A Dave Brandstetter Mystery

By Joseph Hansen
Read by Keith Szarabajka

Blackstone Publishing 9781480416871

The Dave Brandstetter Mysteries: Book 3

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Joseph Hansen’s groundbreaking investigator Dave Brandstetter delves into the suspicious death of a gay entrepreneur. Rick Wendell’s ranch is far from town. A remote, dusty hideaway, its only inhabitants are Rick, his aging mother, and her horses. One night, Rick’s mother returns from the movies to find Rick lying on the floor, stark naked and with a gaping bullet wound in his chest. Standing over him is his lover, a mustachioed hippie, who swears he did not fire the gun that he’s holding. The case seems open-and-shut, but Dave Brandstetter is not satisfied. An insurance investigator with an unusually keen sense of detection, Dave is openly gay and professionally skeptical. Something about the murder causes him to trust the alleged killer—and seriously doubt Rick’s mother.

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Summary

Joseph Hansen’s groundbreaking investigator Dave Brandstetter delves into the suspicious death of a gay entrepreneur.

Rick Wendell’s ranch is far from town. A remote, dusty hideaway, its only inhabitants are Rick, his aging mother, and her horses. One night, Rick’s mother returns from the movies to find Rick lying on the floor, stark naked and with a gaping bullet wound in his chest. Standing over him is his lover, a mustachioed hippie, who swears he did not fire the gun that he’s holding. The case seems open-and-shut, but Dave Brandstetter is not satisfied.

An insurance investigator with an unusually keen sense of detection, Dave is openly gay and professionally skeptical. Something about the murder causes him to trust the alleged killer—and seriously doubt Rick’s mother.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Nicely complicated…A skillful piece of work.” New York Times
“Hansen is the most exciting and effective writer of the classic private-eye novel working today.” Los Angeles Times, praise for the author
“Characters with real stuffing in them.” Ellery Queen, praise for the series

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Author Bio: Joseph Hansen

Author Bio: Joseph Hansen

Joseph Hansen (1923–2004) was the author of more than twenty-five novels and was a renowned short-story writer. The winner of the 1992 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Private Eye Writers of America, he was also the author of A Smile in His Lifetime, Living Upstairs, Job’s Year, and Bohannon’s Country.

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Available Formats : CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 5.17
Audience: Adult
Language: English