Geoffrey Miller

Geoffrey Miller

Geoffrey Miller caused a sensation with his debut thriller, The Black Glove, which earned him an Edgar Award nomination from the Mystery Writers of America for the Best First Mystery Novel.

A hard-boiled detective tale, The Black Glove follows Los Angeles sleuth Terry Traven as he tracks down the kidnappers holding the son of a wealthy businessman for ransom. Confronted with complications, conspiracies, and cocaine stashes, Traven navigates the dangers Southern California’s dark underbelly with a twisted a sense of humor that gives this noir thriller a tongue-in-cheek twist.

A UCLA graduate who studied motion pictures, Miller worked as a public librarian for three decades. Now retired, he recently finished his highly-anticipated second thriller.

Books by Geoffrey Miller

The Black Glove

The Black Glove

Private eye Terry Traven is hired by a wealthy tycoon to find his missing, ne'er-do-well son... a unpredictable and unforgettable case that leads the detective into the dark heart of 1980s Los Angeles. You don't want to miss this Edgar Nominated debut novel that the Houston Post declared equaled the work of Hammett and Chandler.

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Reviews For Geoffrey Miller

Geoffrey Miller: How I Wrote “THE BLACK GLOVE” 5.0

Miller pretty well equals the masters--Hammett and Chandler--of the hardboiled detective story

Houston post

Geoffrey Miller: How I Wrote “THE BLACK GLOVE” 5.0

Miller's semi-comic fix on the punk-drug subculture is often on-target, and the narration is fine and dry

Kirkus Reviews

Geoffrey Miller: How I Wrote “THE BLACK GLOVE” 5.0

Miller creates passages that you’ll want to immediately read again and that linger long after the paragraph or chapter’s conclusion

Bookgasm

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