Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. Death in North Beach: English View all editions and formats Summary: An upscale gigolo believes the only way he won't be the prime suspect in the murder of a famous novelist is for the real murderer to be found. At least that's what his handsome and secretive fellow tells San Francisco private investigator Carly Paladino. She takes the case. Did she believe him or fall under his spell? Her new client also provides a handy list of "suspects" he says he received from the victim himself.
Carly and her streetwise and skeptical partner, Noah Lang, stir up serious trouble when they try to find the victim's as yet unpublished tell-all manuscript. Much like Noah Beach itself, the suspects are trying to preserve the image they want the world to see. And it seems one death is not enough to conceal some inconvenient truths--Publisher's description.
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Death in North Beach (Carly Paladino & Noah Lang) [Ronald Tierney] on reinforcedearth.com.my *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The second book in the new . Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. San Francisco PIs Carly Paladino and Noah Lang, who teamed in Tierney's Death in Pacific Heights (), try to.
Tranh runs Noah's office and assists him with some of his cases. Carly and Noah become acquainted while working on opposite sides The first book in the series sets up the major characters: Carly and Noah become acquainted while working on opposite sides of the murder of a wealthy young woman.
This seems like an interesting series with a slant similar to police procedurals but with investigators instead. Feb 06, Kat rated it liked it.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Set in the most exclusive neighborhoods of San Francisco, this will be the first of a series with Carly Paladino and Noah Lang. Fairly dense prose made me wonder at first, but I was hooked on the dual story lines of a presumed suicide which turns out to be so much more and the death of a high-society teenager.
Great sense of place, good humor, and elaborate plotting.
Sep 24, Gina added it Shelves: A mystery series set in San Francisco. A former corporate security investigator and a SF PI join forces to solve the murder of a young girl from an affluent family.
The initial suspect is a young drifter who seems to be the logical choice, but the detectives begin to think it might be one of her dysfunctional family members. The author does a good job of describing the various SF scenes and the characters in the book are interesting. I look forward to more books in the series.
Dec 23, Linda Sable rated it really liked it. Great read, this is the first book of his newest Carly Paladino series. If you like the Deets Shanahan series, you will love this one. Diane Chudyk rated it liked it Sep 18, David rated it liked it Sep 30, Mike rated it liked it Jul 18, Cyber rated it it was amazing Oct 05, Graham rated it liked it Apr 02, Peter rated it really liked it Jun 05, Brian rated it really liked it Dec 19, Donna marked it as to-read Dec 12, Lucy marked it as to-read May 16, Dave marked it as to-read Apr 23, Karl marked it as to-read Sep 20, Phil King added it Jul 25, Jessica marked it as to-read Aug 18, Liliana marked it as to-read Oct 23, Katie marked it as to-read Apr 11, Jo Ellen marked it as to-read Jul 07,