Grosse Pointe Pulp - Dan Ames

Grosse Pointe Pulp

By Dan Ames

  • Release Date: 2017-07-04
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 182 Ratings

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The First Three Full-Length Books in a Bestselling, Award-Winning Mystery Series

DEAD WOOD (John Rockne Mystery #1) In the exclusive enclave of Grosse Pointe, Michigan, a woman who builds custom guitars is murdered. A disgraced ex-cop turned private investigator is hired by the dead woman's father and immediately becomes the target of a violent ex-convict. An enigmatic music star performs damage control on her links to the dead woman. And a professional killer who idolizes Keith Richards is brought into town by a mysterious employer. DEAD WOOD is what great mysteries are all about: love, hate, faith and vengeance, all wrapped up in an explosive story that simply refuses to let up.

HARD ROCK (John Rockne Mystery #2) Private Investigator John Rockne is determined to find out who is responsible for the brutal murder of a young man in Grosse Pointe. A contract killer known only as The Spook wants to keep the truth buried forever. Rockne quickly uncovers a series of dark secrets with ties to his own tortured past. HARD ROCK is a thrilling conclusion to the bestselling crime novel DEAD WOOD.

COLD JADE (John Rockne Mystery #3) Once a cop in the well-to-do Detroit suburb of Grosse Pointe, John Rockne was dismissed from the force after making a tragic mistake that resulted in the brutal murder of a young man. Now working as a private investigator, John is hired by a man whose daughter is missing and he soon discovers the young woman was living a secret life under the name Jade. John quickly realizes the world Jade had entered was a dangerous one filled with thieves, drugs, pimps and murderers. He has no idea if he can find her...and bring her out alive.


  • Grosse pointe pulp

    By h2ofixer
    Enjoyed the read and humor
  • Great story and great main character

    By adpantano
    Plot moved along at a nice, interesting pace And main character was a funny, contemplative, and even sometimes not the smartest egg in the batch. Great supporting characters. Detailed description of surrounding areas add a “you are there” touch. A suspenseful, funny, and thought provoking book.