Murder is Not an Odd Job – Coming in February

Murder is Not an Odd Job – Coming in February by Ralph Dennis

It’s Atlanta, 1974. Ex-cop Jim Hardman and his drinking buddy Hump Evans, an ex-NFL player, will do just about anything short of a felony to make a buck…but even that rule is flexible. 

In their sixth adventure, Hardman steps into the middle of a bar fight and stumbles into a deadly but lucrative job — protecting  a guy who is next-in-line for a massive inheritance from being murdered by professional assassins. But as the body count rises, and killers just keep on coming, it becomes clear to Hardman that the motive is more than money… and that he may be fighting an adversary who will never stop, even after death.  

This new edition includes an Afterword from author Cynthia Williams, who was one of Ralph Dennis’ students.


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Working for the Man – Coming in March

Working for the Man – Coming in March

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Murder is Not an Odd Job – Coming in February

Murder is Not an Odd Job – Coming in February

In their sixth adventure, Hardman and Hump step into the middle of a bar fight and stumbles into a deadly but lucrative job -- protecting a guy who is next-in-line for a massive inheritance from being murdered by professional assassins.

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Atlanta Deathwatch – Audiobook

Atlanta Deathwatch – Audiobook

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Down Among the Jocks

Down Among the Jocks

The fifth novel in the series. Hardman works to clear Hump of a murder charge, an investigation that takes him from the top of the sports world to the pits of Atlanta's illegal gambling scene...

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Reviews For Murder is Not an Odd Job – Coming in February

Murder is Not an Odd Job – Coming in February 5.0

The Hardman books are by far the best of the men’s
action-adventure series.

Mother Jones Magazine

Murder is Not an Odd Job – Coming in February 5.0

Ralph Dennis has mastered the genre
and supplied top entertainment.

New York Times

Murder is Not an Odd Job – Coming in February 5.0

Among the best series books around.

Philadelphia Daily News