4/11/2018

Meet R. Weir and PI Jarvis Mann Mysteries



THE FRONT RANGE BUTCHER

A Jarvis Mann Private Detective HardBoiled Mystery Novel

Jarvis Mann Detective # 7


JARVIS MANN PI IS BACK IN HIS MOST DANGEROUS CASE YET

 

Twenty-two years ago, the slayings began, a new body nearly every month, front page news for all to read. Gruesome in nature, the victims nearly all female, the killer terrorizing the residents of Colorado’s biggest cities. Until one day the murders stopped leaving no clue, or closure. No one knew who he was, his motive for slaughtering them, and why the urge to kill suddenly ended.


Now, more than two decades later, the urge has resurfaced. Carved remains of loved ones left to be found, lives of families ruined, the slayings echoing an all too familiar case from a past once forgotten. Bold headlines return to the local papers, the police and FBI still just as helpless, even with today’s modern advancements. Has the killer resurfaced again? Why did they disappear for so long? How many more will brutally suffer the same horrendous fate?


Hired to find the serial killer, private detective Jarvis Mann digs deep, fighting FBI resistance, with life threatening danger lurking around every corner. His cunning leads to a man he must match wits with, a man the FBI can’t touch. Interrogating to get into his psyche in an all-out attempt to stop the insanity and bring him to justice. Cold and calculated, intelligent and coy, the man, wheelchair bound, holds the answers and the secrets. For he is the only one who could be the evil manifestation of: The Front Range Butcher.


Can Jarvis outwit such a mastermind, or has he met his match?

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R. WEIR lives in the Mile High city with his wife, daughter and dog, where the Rocky Mountain High isn’t always achieved with an herbal substance. When not glued to the computer for work and writing, he relaxes by enjoying the outdoors; playing tennis, travelling in his motor home and riding a motorcycle wherever the wind takes him. My writing beckons back to the days of detectives and dames, but with modern plots and twists. PI Jarvis Mann is tough, resourceful and a man with as many faults as virtues. His oddball sense of humor is much like his author’s, though he’s not nearly as tough and fearless. Though no evil stands a chance against his written word!
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THE Q&A
ANGI: How often to you get lost in a story?
R. WEIR: I’m usually lost in a story, especially when I’m writing. Whatever I’m currently working on can occupy my thoughts and invade my dreams until the book is finished. Once I’ve completed the project then it leaves me, until I start on the next story.

ANGI: What’s your favorite thing about your book’s hero?
R. WEIR: His snarky sense of humor. Even when facing danger, he uses humor to mask his fear and throw his opponent off guard. Other times it can backfire on him, but he’ll always have it in his defensive arsenal.

ANGI: What’s your favorite movie of all time?
R. WEIR: No one movie is my favorite, but being a big Marvel comic fan I love the Marvel Universe on film.

ANGI: What’s your perfect day?
R. WEIR: Spending an hour or two working in the yard, writing for several hours and then a relaxing evening with my family. That is a normal day these days, which I’m really enjoying.

ANGI: Salad or soup?
R. WEIR: Always soup. I don’t care for green food for some reason.

ANGI: Would you put yourself in a Fairy Tale or Action Adventure?
R. WEIR: Action Adventure all the way. Some think I’m Jarvis Mann, and since I write in first person, I’m vicariously living his action and adventures. Thankfully I’m not dodging fists and bullets like he is.

ANGI: Favorite TV rerun you watch every time you channel surf? 
R. WEIR: MacGyver, the original one with Richard Dean Anderson. I always carry a swiss army knife with me as you never know when you might find a bomb that needs defusing!

ANGI: Favorite date night…fancy or at home? 
R. WEIR: Movie and dinner with my lovely wife somewhere casual, where jeans and t-shirt are welcome.

ANGI: Champagne or Soda?
R. WEIR: Soda, though mostly water these days as I’m trying to cut down on the sugar.

ANGI: Geek or Jock?
R. WEIR: I’m actually both in many ways. I’m a computer IT person who can build a computer by hand and troubleshoot most software/hardware issues. And I’ve enjoyed athletics like tennis, softball and basketball since I was a teenager.

ANGI: The most daring thing you’ve ever done… Care to share?
R. WEIR: I’m pretty passive. I let my characters do the daring things for me! 😊


ANGI’s GOTTA ASK:  Where is your favorite writing space & why?

R. WEIR’S GOTTA ANSWER: My desk in my office in the basement of our home. It’s quiet and my chair is comfortable. It’s where the magic happens!

  
UP NEXT for R. WEIR:
MANN IN THE CROSSFIRE
(tentative title)
Jarvis Mann Private Detective Hardboiled Mystery Novel #8

Late 2018

PREVIOUS RELEASES by R. WEIR:


THE CASE OF THE MISSING BUBBLEGUM CARD

A Jarvis Mann Private Detective HardBoiled Mystery Novel

Jarvis Mann Detective # 1

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DEAD MAN CODE
Jarvis Mann Private Detective Hardboiled Mystery Novel #5


BLOOD BROTHERS
Jarvis Mann Private Detective Hardboiled Mystery Novel #4

THE CASE OF THE INVISIBLE SOULS

A Jarvis Mann Private Detective HardBoiled Mystery Novel

Jarvis Mann Detective Short Story

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TRACKING THE SHADOW
A Jarvis Mann Private Detective HardBoiled Mystery Novel
Jarvis Mann Detective # 2
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5 comments:

  1. Mr Weir thank you coming to GLIAS you book sounds so good and you are a new author for me. I have signed up for your newsletter although am disabled so can't take advantage of your book although when I do read your book as they sound so good I do review on a few sites. Good Luck on getting the word out! I will share to help. peggy clayton ptclayton2@aol.com

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    1. Hello Peggy. Thanks for checking out my interview. I did email you about the free book, if you are interested. Sorry to hear about your disability. I know with Kindle I believe they do offer read aloud as an option. At this time my books are not available in audio format, though hopefully in the near future. Thanks for sharing my work with others you know. You can reach out to me at anytime via the email address in the article. Have a wonderful day!

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  2. Welcome to Get Lost in a Story !!

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  3. Gasp!!! I finished this amazing book this morning at 3am ,glad it,s my day off lol,I just had to see what the end result was, A great book all the way through lots of surprises throughout,i will be buying more of your books for sure,i,m still feeling my skin today mking sure it,s intact lol

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