Bill Dezell

Bill Dezell has been a mystery fan since those early Saturday mornings sitting in front of the television, notebook in hand, watching Scooby-Doo. That lead to Encyclopedia Brown, which led to Sherlock Holmes, and right on through the giants of the genre, including the classic detectives of Old Time Radio.

Fictional detectives, an interest in real-world police procedures, and a cynical outlook in general led to the creation of Raymond Jaye, the main character in a series of stories that combine hard-boiled P.I. attitude with a touch of humour and just enough of the old clichés to make it familiar.

Bill writes in Northern Utah, where he lives with an ever-expanding menagerie of dogs, cats, birds, and free-range jumping spiders (which are basically cats). Also, a few humans.

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Series: Raymond Jaye Series



Book 1: Raymond Jaye Series

A mysterious blonde, a pair of thugs,
and a local cop with boundary issues.
So much for retirement. 






Book 2: Raymond Jaye Series

For some people,
the words weren’t so much a vow as an exit strategy. 





Book 3: Raymond Jaye Series

Being one step ahead is the perfect position for a knife in the back.

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"I am not even sure where to begin with this one, so this might just be a bit of a ramble because there is soooo much in my head with both this book and these characters!!!  All i can say is  .. YOU HAVE TO READ IT!!"

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"...this book is perfect for the younger crowd. It gives them the fantasy of a fairytale, the elements of a mystery and just enough of a love story not to "gross them out""

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"This book has it all, love, action, tragedy, I highly recommend it to anyone who loves sci-fi."
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"This book has so much to offer, I loved the characters so much & theres so much to offer in this new series, that waiting for us fans will be sheer torture to say the least."
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