The Black Kabuki It's late summer in San Diego, California.
And Forrest Greenley is at it again.
Only this time, he's wiser, more cynical and a lot less patient these days under the sun.
The San Diego fictional private eye is given the charge of finding the daughter of an ex-Marine.
The young and talented college student is mysteriously kidnapped for a handsome but odd bribe by her captors.
“The Black Kabuki” begins with a visit from Pastor Conyers, a new-found friend from an earlier case involving one of the parson's gatherers.
A favor performed for the giant man-of-the-cloth leads Forrest toward a tragic end during the finality of the case's investigation. Along the adventurous journey, Forrest is led in the world of classy nightclubs, African-American dance history,
and concealed murderers who lead double lives.
In a world where everybody is catching a little hell these days,“The Black Kabuki” is a hard-boiled novel for those who like to be reminded of the good things in life, the endurance of a struggling culture and the fate of those assuming they can get away with just about anything.
Book 2 of "The Cracks & Crevices Series"