Totally Dead

Totally Dead by Michael Stone

The Fourth Book in Michael Stone’s Streeter Series

Pizzeria owner Alphonse Lucci is a pussycat who likes to pretend that he’s as tough and deadly as the mobsters he romanticizes. But Streeter really is. So when a greedy, ruthless bad-ass tries to strong-arm Alphonse into selling his restaurant to nail down the last piece in a crooked land deal, Streeter steps in to protect the likeable old man…and gets sucked into a deadly scheme that could leave them both totally, and very gruesomely, dead.


Books by Michael Stone

Token Of Remorse

Token Of Remorse

The third Streeter thriller takes the tough bounty hunter from the back alleys of Mexico to the streets of the mile-high city in a story that brims with the realism of author Michael Stone’s real life detective work.

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The Low End Of Nowhere

The Low End Of Nowhere

Michael Stone’s highly-praised Streeter series begins with this Shamus-nominated thriller that pits the bounty hunter against a violent pack of lowlifes and sociopaths killing their way to the big score.

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Totally Dead

Totally Dead

Packed with action and dark humor, the fourth novel in Michael Stone’s blockbuster Streeter series pits the detective and bounty hunter against ruthless killers desperate to acquire a key piece of land in a huge development deal.

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A Long Reach

A Long Reach

The second novel in Michael Stone’s thrilling Streeter series. Streeter’s ex-fiance is targeted by a psychotic felon intent on exacting revenge for his imprisonment. Or is Streeter’s ex-lover playing a deadly game of her own?

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Reviews For Totally Dead

Totally Dead 5.0

Tough, authentic, and right on the money

Robert B. Parker

Totally Dead 5.0

Studded with Elmore Leonard—like oddballs. And straight-ahead Streeter is at least on a par with those other one-namers—Parker and Hammer

Kirkus Reviews

Totally Dead 5.0

A classic hardboiled novel filled with beautiful women, dimwitted thugs, and a private eye who is too cocky for his own good…a lot of fun

Denver Post