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The Mick Callahan Novels

Harry Shannon

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THREE FULL MICK CALLAHAN NOVELS, ONE LOW PRICENew Mystery Reader said of award-winning author Harry Shannons series character Mick Callahan, Mick is a notable and brilliant new addition to the mystery genre. He is all we love to see in a fallenMoreTHREE FULL MICK CALLAHAN NOVELS, ONE LOW PRICENew Mystery Reader said of award-winning author Harry Shannons series character Mick Callahan, Mick is a notable and brilliant new addition to the mystery genre. He is all we love to see in a fallen hero- vulnerable, insightful, and just simply a likable guy.Media psychologist Callahan is a failed Navy Seal, a recovering alcoholic and a loyal friend. Hes also a man with a hot temper and a talent for getting himself into trouble. This brand new edition contains each of the first three hardcover books in the order they were released. So sit back, relax and prepare to be swept away by the Mick Callahan thrillers Memorial Day, Eye of the Burning Man and One of the Wicked.A flawed and edgy hero. Dark wit, excellent writing and action-packed pace.-The Rap Sheet, January MagazineMick Callahan is a man with a past, a mean right hook, and a radio talk show. Hes pretty good at giving people advice - just not necessarily good at taking it. The strength of this series is in its central characters, flawed, human, often funny, sometimes tragic, and the relationships among them.--Mystery SceneCallahan is a fresh new voice, a flawed Everyman hero who knows his own demons and his own limitations yet is strong enough to overcome. This series stands with some of the very best noir mystery fiction around.--Horror WorldMick Callahan is not only likeable (as deemed by Library Journal) but he manages to endear himself as a very realistic hero, with a strong sense of purpose and an equal dash of vulnerability.--Cemetery DanceMicks road to redemption is wry, bittersweet and altogether touching.--New Mystery Reader