Manhattan Mysteries #1: Death Is Disposable
Anna Winthrop’s desire to solve crimes leads her to secret places in New York City.
When New York City Department of Sanitation garage supervisor Anna Winthrop finds a homeless man with his throat slit behind her apartment building, she begins to investigate. Her search takes her from the elegant art galleries of the Upper East Side to the City’s secret homeless camps and network of abandoned subway tunnels under Grand Central Station.
Anna knew the homeless man and is surprised to find out that more than a few people wanted him dead. With the help of her copy boyfriend Santos Reyes, Anna tries to uncover the truth as a ruthless killer prepares to make her his next victim.
- DEATH IS DISPOSABLE
- EVIL JUSTICE
- DARK ALLEY
- CITY IN SHADOW
***All editions: 3.55 average rating, 38 ratings, 6 reviews, added by 97 people —Goodreads
***This edition 3.64 rating, 36 ratings, 5 reviews, added by 86 people —Goodreads
"An entertaining, keep-’em-guessing page-turner. A fine choice for those who like Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series." —Booklist
"Shows a nice eye for city life." —Kirkus Reviews
Launching a new ‘Hidden Manhattan’ series that uses the city in all of its multifaceted glory." —Library Journal
***** 5 stars “I really enjoy Anna's grit; even though the author is a man his portrayal of Anna is spot on.” —Sonja about Evil Justice—Goodreads
Marshall's well-plotted, fast-paced mystery is a fascinating journey through underground Manhattan." —Romantic Times
About the Author
Like his sleuth, Evan Marshall heads his own literary agency, The Evan Marshall Agency, an independent literary agency which represents in fiction for more than 30 years. He is an internationally renowned expert on novel writing.
Evan Marshall is author of 10 commercially published books including Hidden Manhattan Mysteries and The Jane Stuart and Winky Mystery Series called “Miss Marple Lite” by Kirkus Reviews. His books are page turner cozies which appeal to fans of Janet Evanovich and Lilian Jackson Braun.
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