William Reynolds

William Reynolds

William J. Reynolds, a native of Omaha, has been a magazine editor, an advertising and marketing executive, a college instructor, and a communications director, as well as the author of a number of books, short stories, magazine articles, and poison-pen letters. His début detective novel, The Nebraska Quotient, was nominated for a Shamus Award by the Private Eye Writers of America. His novels have been published in five countries and in three languages. Reynolds and his wife live in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Books by William Reynolds

The Nebraska Quotient

The Nebraska Quotient

The first book in the acclaimed Nebraska P.I. series, a Shamus Award finalist for Best Novel from the Private Eye Writers of America. A struggling novelist and ex-private eye gets into big trouble when he answers his door at 4 a.m.

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Things Invisible

Things Invisible

The fourth Nebraska adventure has the PI searching for a runaway with a secret.

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Money Trouble

Money Trouble

The third hard-boiled Nebraska crime novel. The PI is hired by his old high school girlfriend, widowed when her bank robber husband is killed. Now she wants to find his missing loot or prove him innocent.

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Reviews For William Reynolds

Drive-By – Coming Soon 5.0

William J. Reynolds dangerously but deftly skirks parody without betraying the tough guy tradition.

Washington Post

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Reynolds takes the hard-boiled detective and turns him into a hard-boiled punster guaranteed to elicit a smile or a groan from even the most hard-core mystery lovers

Publishers Weekly

Drive-By – Coming Soon 5.0

William J. Reynolds is an exciting talent writing in the classic style. What more can you ask for?

Len Deighton

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Every bit as good as Elmore Leonard

Omaha World-Herald

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Reynolds is as fun to read as anybody around either inside or outside the mystery form. Read him and rejoice

San Francisco Examiner

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