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Crosshairs by Harry Hunsicker

Publisher: USA: Thomas Dunne Books, 2007
ISBN: 9780312348519
ID: Mar0507

Flat Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature.

Price in US $ 34.95

Summary: “"Crosshairs "delivers the goods:  Layered, intense, and rich with deadly characters.  Hunsicker is an emerging star.” —Robert Crais, "New York"" Times" bestselling author  Hard-nosed Dallas detective Lee "Henry" Oswald is back…
and he’s better than ever. All he wants is to be left alone, a normal existence away from the assorted creeps and lowlifes inherent to his former profession as a private investigator.  Unfortunately, peace and solitude are hard to find for Lee Oswald, a battle-hardened veteran of the first Gulf War, now weary after a decade as the fix-it man of last resort on the back streets of Dallas. But when internationally-renowned medical researcher Anita Nazari begs him to help find the person threatening her daughter’s life, Oswald reluctantly returns to the shadowy world he’s tried so hard to leave behind.  Once there, he finds himself engaged in a high stakes battle against a man known only as the Professor, a former intelligence operative intent on destroying the results of the doctor’s latest research, a seemingly innocuous discovery about the mystery illness dubbed the Gulf War Syndrome. The retired agent leads Oswald on a deadly search for the one man who can identify him and thus unravel a conspiracy of shady former government officials with an unhealthy interest in Dr. Nazari and her work. When Oswald locates the missing witness and learns the startling information the man possesses, Oswald places his allegiance with the truth, as he fights back against an enemy more insidious and deadly than he’s ever faced.            Gritty, tough, and smart, Hunsicker’s tightly-wrapped thriller will leave you breathless long after the final page.

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The Next Time You Die : A Lee Henry Oswald Mystery by Harry Hunsicker

Publisher: USA: Thomas Dunne Books, 2006
ISBN: 0312348509
ID: Mar0506

Flat Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature.

Price in US $ 24.95

Summary: How many ways can the past come back to haunt you? Hard-nosed Dallas detective Lee Henry Oswald is about to find out.
 
When a bourbon-swilling Baptist preacher hires private detective Lee "Henry" Oswald to recover a stolen file, Oswald figures the job for a quick and painless infusion of cash.
            But nothing comes easily in Dallas for anybody named Oswald, especially when a psychopathic hit man from out of town shows up, intent on finding the same scrap of missing paper.
            With the police after him for a murder he didn’t commit and his every move shadowed by the strange mobster, Hank Oswald gratefully accepts an extortion case in an effort to get out of town for a few days.  State Senator Eddie Black, the tree-hugging black sheep of an oil-rich East Texas family, has a problem.  Somebody wants him to change his vote on an important environmental bill.  If he refuses, Black’s long-time friend and his entire family will be killed, one by one, starting with the oldest child, the head-strong Tess McPherson.
            In the aftermath of a bloody encounter with the mobster at Tess McPherson’s apartment, Oswald finally realizes the chilling connection between the two cases: a dead man named Billy Barringer, Hank’s onetime best friend and the firstborn son of an East Texas crime boss.
            As the stakes mount, each treacherous step toward the missing file forces Oswald to confront the haunting memory of a split second decision which ultimately cost Billy Barringer his life.
            Now it looks like the dead man’s family has teamed up with the new player in town, and everybody’s got Oswald in their cross hairs.  As the clock ticks down to a startling climax, Oswald races across the mean streets of Dallas to find the missing file and the secret it holds.
            Once the file is found, the explosive discovery forces a dangerous decision, one full of hard choices Oswald thought had been left long ago in his murky past.

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Still River: A Lee Henry Oswald Mystery by Harry Hunsicker

Publisher: "New York, New York, U.S.A.: Minotaur Books", 2005
ISBN: 0312337876
ID: Mar0505

"Hardcover with jacket in Mylar cover, not price clipped, signed by author on title page, 1st ed./1st print. complete numberline with #1, trade (retail) edition, not bookclub or ex-library. CONDITION - BOOK: Fine - tiny ink mark on mid page block, otherwise tight square, white pages, no markings of any kind. JACKET Fine - minimal scuffing and edge wear. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for Author's Signature."

Price in US $ 29.95

Summary: 'Great new noir...if this doesn't light you up, seek immediate medical help.' -Lee Child, bestselling author of The Enemy It's not easy being named Oswald, at least not in the city where Lee Harvey grabbed his fifteen minutes of infamy and choked it to death. It's especially hard when half the town seems deter--mined to kill you for reasons as murky as the river that splits the city in two. For Lee Henry Oswald, a private inves-tigator, Gulf War vet, and terminal loner, it's just one more burden to face as he trudges through the gritty underbelly of the con-crete and glass metropolis that is Dallas in the new millennium. A simple assignment turns deadly when Oswald asks the right questions in the wrong places, and finds himself drawn into a shadowy world of smooth-talking drug lords and double-dealing real estate developers. In the end, he learns that blood is not always thicker than water, especially the muddy tribu-taries of the Trinity River, where he confronts the ultimate in dysfunctional families as he races to save the life of his partner