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Mr Nobody - Harvey Valentine Short Series #4 - cover

Mr Nobody - Harvey Valentine Short Series #4

R. Archer

Publisher: R. Archer

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Meet, Harvey Valentine. A tough as nails, top-notch, Private Dick that doesn’t take sh#t! Based on the Harvey Valentine Novels. Each adventure is fast moving, hard-hitting, and punches you right in the chops with excitement! 
If you’ve read the Harvey Valentine Novels, you will know that Harvey had a sidekick and assistant, Cato, in both the Novels. In this short series, the timeline is after The Judge and the Cultist, and now Harvey has a secretary for a little-added tension and possibly added excitement if he can take his mind off the job and the bad guys long enough to pay attention to his new secretary. A hot tamale named, Connie. 
But for Harvey, it’s always work and no play! 
Follow a top notch private dick as he takes down the bad guys, and does it his way. Hold on to those pages as you turn them, because each story moves fast from beginning to end at a pace rarely told by today's crime fiction writers. 
The Case of Mr. Nobody marks the 4th Case File in this Hard-Boiled Short Series from Hard-Boiled Books in the Harvey Valentine Short Series. Each Adventure can be read in any order as the stories themselves do not take place in sequence. Grab a Case File and READ Harvey’s Reports of his exploits. 
In this Case, Harvey takes on a Client that isn’t really sure just who he is.

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