Noah Braddock Series by Jeff Shelby
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Overview: Jeff Shelby grew up around the beaches of southern California and graduated from the University of California at Irvine. Shelby recently moved to Colorado with his wife and their daughter but he returns to California as often as possible to go surfing.
Killer Swell (Noah Braddock #1)
When Marilyn Crier calls surfer-cum-private investigator Noah Braddock, she doesn’t mention that she hasn’t seen him in more than a decade or that she’d despised him when he dated her daughter, Kate, in high school. She does, however, mention that Kate is missing and she wants Noah to find her. . . .
And so begins Killer Swell, the first book in a new mystery series featuring private investigator/surfer Noah Braddock. Author Jeff Shelby knows the surfing world and how to create a wonderfully authentic, vividly alive sense of place. Most of all, he knows how to create a memorable new hero: a man who is sometimes brash, often funny, always strong, and honorable.
Wicked Break (Noah Braddock #2)
When Peter Pluto shows up at P.I. Noah Braddock’s apartment asking him to look for his missing younger brother, Linc, Noah is reluctant to take the case. After all, the last time he got involved in a disappearance case, his best friend, Carter, was shot and two other people died. But Peter describes Linc as a serious college student, so Noah reluctantly agrees.
As the investigation unfolds, Noah realizes there’s a lot more to Linc than academia–unless your average undergrad also happens to have skinheads beating down his door and a cache of semiautomatic guns stored in his apartment. Aided by Carter, Noah discovers that Linc stole some money from the white supremacist group National Nation, an offshoot of the Aryan Nation. The skinheads will stop at nothing to find Linc–and when Noah wakes up at the bottom of a canyon, beaten and bruised, with Peter Pluto’s corpse lying next to him, he realizes he’s next on their list.
Liquid Smoke (Noah Braddock #3)
Private eye Noah Braddock has finally found peace in his once tumultuous relationship with Detective Liz Santangelo and has called a tentative truce with his alcoholic mother, Carolina. So when lawyer Darcy Gill demands that he look into a hopeless death row case, he’s more interested in catching some waves before San Diego’s rare winter weather takes hold. Then Darcy plays her trump card: the man scheduled to die – convicted of killing two men in cold blood – is the father Noah never knew.
Statistics: Posted by David_James — Sun May 06, 2012 1:58 am