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by Steve Knickmeyer

Author: Steve Knickmeyer
Language: English
Publisher: Littlehampton Book Services Ltd (January 4, 1980)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Suspense and Mystery
Rating: 4.3
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Cranmer receives a call from O'Hearn, an old friend who is now working as an undercover man for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. He's working in a small Oklahoma town and needs the help of Cranmer and Maneri to help him land a rather large fish

Cranmer receives a call from O'Hearn, an old friend who is now working as an undercover man for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. He's working in a small Oklahoma town and needs the help of Cranmer and Maneri to help him land a rather large fish. But when they arrive the next day, they learn that O'Hearn has been stabbed to death! There are no clues to the big case he'd been working on.

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Fans of Straight (1976) who relished Knickmeyer's gamy, gritty Oklahoma City detective Steve Cranmer (a bum knee) and younger, looser, bearded Butch Maneri-will be a little confused to find them meeting here for the first time; guess it's what you'd call a prequel. Confusing or not, this case gives both guys a chance to shine-especially Cranmer, who answers a buddy's summons to Two Kettle, Oklahoma, only to find the buddy (an undercover state investigator)stabbed and drowned.

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Steve Cranmer, an ex-cop who walks with a cane, now a private investigator, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Straight (1976) Finalist 1977 Edgar Award for Best First Novel.

Steve Cranmer, an ex-cop who walks with a cane, now a private investigator, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Straight (1976) Finalist 1977 Edgar Award for Best First Novel.