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Buy all five books in the Great Library

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Sometimes the smallest secret creates the biggest ripple of trouble.

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When she holds the key to the one case he couldn’t solve, he must choose justice or love.

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They must risk everything-- before it’s too late…

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A meeting of minds…But a most unsuitable match!

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He has nothing and everything to lose…

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His former lover has returned with an explosive secret.

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Buy all five books in the Great Library, now in paperback

Indigo by Loren D. Estleman


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Also by Loren D. Estleman:

Indigo, July 2020
Hardcover / e-Book
Nearly Nero, May 2017
Hardcover / e-Book
The Lioness Is the Hunter, March 2017
Cape Hell, May 2016
Hardcover / e-Book
Shoot, February 2016
The Left-Handed Dollar, January 2013
Paperback / e-Book
Frames, September 2010
American Detective, December 2008
Lost Trails, May 2007

Loren D. Estleman

Valentino Mysteries #6
Forge Books
July 2020
On Sale: July 28, 2020
224 pages
ISBN: 1250258359
EAN: 9781250258359
Kindle: B07X18W4C1
Hardcover / e-Book
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Indigo is a brand new Valentino novel from Harlan Coben's hero, Loren D. Estleman!

Film detective Valentino is summoned to the estate of Ignacio Bozel to collect a prized donation to the university’s movie library: Bleak Street, a film from the classic noir period, thought lost for more than sixty years.

Bleak Street was never released. Its star, Van Oliver, a gifted and charismatic actor with alleged ties to the mob, disappeared while the project was in post-production, presumably murdered by gangland rivals: another one of Hollywood’s unsolved mysteries. Studio bosses elected to shelve the film rather than risk box-office failure. UCLA’s PR Department is excited about the acquisition, but only if Valentino can find a way to sell it in the mainstream media by way of a sensational discovery to coincide with its release: “We want to know what happened to Oliver.”

A simple quest for a few hundred yards of celluloid opens a portal into a place darker than night.


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