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Dusty Dexter PI: The Paris Case novel

DUSTY'S back. That's Dusty Dexter, Private Investigator. She's on another case, and you can read it for free, thanks to the your local APN newspaper.

This time, Dusty's searching for Mary, owner of Cupcake's Online Lingerie for Larger Ladies.

Mary went missing on the last day of their European bus tour. What's worse, right before she disappeared, she interrupted Dusty's first French kiss with an actual Frenchman.

Dusty's keen to find Mary, and to get back to the kissing.

Before leaving Paris, Dusty does some research, follows some leads. She meets the daughter of another missing woman, and a man with a gun. And she gets another date with Marcel.

Is it a missing person's case, or a serial killer with a handbag fetish?

There's plenty of fun and action, and lots of crime solving.

Dusty Dexter PI - The Paris Case will be published in four parts over the next four Saturdays, starting today.

You can read the first chapter in your participating newspaper, then download the rest from here.

You can download a PDF version of the first part right here

You can download a PDF version of the second part right here

You can download a PDF version of part three right here

You can download a PDF version of part four right here

To read Dusty's first case on your eReader or your computer visit the Australian Society of Authors website http://authors-unlimited.org/author/jan-richards or for a paperback or Kindle version go to Amazon and search Dusty Dexter PI.
 

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