A Few Words From The Author…..

Things have changed in Falk McCoy’s life since the first Falk McCoy Mystery hit the bookstores. But you don’t have to read the books in the sequence written to enjoy them. However, for those who want to read them in the order written, here’s the sequential list:

Book One, Death of a Dead Man: Falk lives in the Glades Hotel, a vintage 1926 establishment. It’s a ramshackle building filled with Latin Americans searching for a resting place. Not for themselves, but for their money – wealth gained through embezzlement of government funds, drug sales, gun running – a mixture of shady deals. This is where it all began.

Book Two, Faker: A former Nicaraguan policeman and a Catholic priest con Falk into investigating a rumor that someone is selling body parts taken from poor Nicaraguan peasants. Falk gets a new job title, head of security at the Glades Hotel.

Book Three, Miami Lovers: The remnants of the Miami Mafia have decided to take over Cuba, viva la revolucion style. Mystel, Falk’s lover, buys part of the Glades Hotel and becomes a silent partner to Garcia, the new owner of the Glades Hotel.

Book Four, Wanton Needs: Counterfeit dollars and blood diamonds are making the rounds. Mystel joins Falk in a romp around Cuba and South America while resolving this troublesome mess.

Book Five, Rue: Murder and embezzlement are all part of the family business. Girlfriend Mystel joins Falk in cracking this all for one and none for all mystery set in Miami.

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Buy any of the Falk McCoy Mysteries by clicking on ‘Buy the Books’ at the top of this page. Look for the newest book in the series, coming in early 2018! 

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Wanton Needs is coming soon!

A diamond dealer hires Falk McCoy to observe the activities of his business partner, a simple surveillance job. But an abundance of black market diamonds and free flowing cash leave a trail that takes Falk McCoy from Miami to the Caribbean to South America. A cast of old friends and new enemies join Falk McCoy in this lighthearted mystery filled with lust, lies and louts.

Ready to Roll!

Falk McCoyWell, I see that this blog is up and running. Now we can talk. Have you read, Death of a Dead Man? I thought it was a pretty accurate account of that case. I’m cautiously glad that I hooked up with that writer. I don’t have much time to read these days. I’ve been inundated with new cases. But I will always make time to read this series of books because, well, they are about ME!