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Foiled (Dev Haskell - Private Investigator Book 14) by [Faricy, Mike]
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Foiled is the Fourteenth mystery in the highly entertaining Dev Haskell Private Investigator series. Fun loving, back slapping, wrong guessing Dev is surprised when Bonnie, a one-night stand from ten years back, suddenly shows up in the office and hires Dev, along with his Golden Retriever, Morton to provide 'security' for she and her business partner Iggy while they complete a software project. Iggy turns out to have a number of issues, add to that the criminal activity of Niles Wegger as he attempts to insert a bug in the software and you've got Dev calling on former NFL tight end, Luscious Dixon for some special help. If you like Carl Hiaasen, Tim Dorsey & Elmore Leonard - make room for one more!

"Faricy is America's hottest new mystery writer...and Dev Haskell is one of the looniest and most enjoyable characters inhabiting the world out there today."
The Dirty Lowdown

"Faricy is the next Carl Hiaasen."
Crime Scene

"I'm not sure what Faricy is drinking...but it really works!"
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  • Publisher: Credit River Publishing (9 May 2016)
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  • Language: English
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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars 27 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Morton rocks! 1 June 2016
By Jeff Benham - Published on Amazon.com
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The problem with writing reviews for series that are well into the character, is that you do not know who will be reading it. The seasoned Dev Haskell follower, of which there are at least 8 or 9, will understand an attempt at humor, no matter how lame. If you are new to Dev Haskell and expecting a serious by the book PI, you probably didn't get as far as reading this review. Suffice it to say, Dev is Dev and Morton has once again saved his career. If you are new to Dev Haskell but like humor and a slightly flawed hero, you will love this book!
5.0 out of 5 stars Perhaps the Best Dev Haskell Book I"ve Read So Far 23 May 2016
By H. R. Holt - Published on Amazon.com
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I've read a lot of the Dev Haskell books by Mike Faricy. Most of them have a lot of humor, and Dev's always interested in women that he soon finds hate him and his behavior. I would consider this book one of the best. The story is interesting, involving software development and a software geek who is convinced that the highway department is watching him. He covers himself with mylar and a tinfoil hat to avoid them from seeing him, and he lives like a hermit in a woman's basement to develop the software.

Some of the standard Dev characters are in this book, but it's mostly about protecting the geek and his benefactor and her children from anyone who would want to access the software.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun and enjoyable reading! 16 May 2016
By David L. Cobb - Published on Amazon.com
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Dev Haskell books for me are fun easy reads that entertain me. I like the character development and I like how the story evolves with out a bunch of twists and turns that takes away from the plot. I really like the way Mike Faricy has developed Dev through the series. I would rate the book higher if the books didn't end so quickly. The endings are not contrived, but leave me wanting more closure.... Can't wait to start the free book attached titled "The Dance"
4.0 out of 5 stars Another dev Haskell goodie 16 May 2016
By Dave M - Published on Amazon.com
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Another dev Haskell goodie. Can't beat the characters And plots lines in a dev Haskell novel. Keeps you guessing and tickled.
5.0 out of 5 stars Somewhat sleazy private investigaor Dev Haskell to the rescue. 12 June 2016
By Prof Cochise - Published on Amazon.com
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Light fun reading at its best. Well written, excellent use of dialog. Dev Haskell is a private investigator in the St. Paul - Minneapolis area of Minnesota. He drinks too much. He sleeps around. He watches pretty women in their apartments and even on the street with binoculars. How he survives in business is one unexplained mystery. However, Faricy is a consistently good writer with wit, coherence, and sometimes charm.
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