The third Lee Henry Oswald adventure.
Ex-PI Oswald is working as a bartender, and just wants to be left alone…but an old friend calls in a favor and he reluctantly agrees to help a dying, military veteran find his missing daughter. The hunt plunges Oswald into a deadly, government conspiracy and into battle with a former spy-turned-assassin intent on destroying scientific research into a mysterious illness that’s afflicting Gulf War soldiers. To save the girl, and himself, Oswald must delve into the dark heart of the Dallas underworld again —and face the deadliest enemy he’s ever known.
All three novels in the Shamus Award-nominated series of hard-boiled PI novels. "If this doesn’t light you up, seek immediate medical help." Lee Child
The third Lee Henry Oswald adventure. Ex-PI Oswald is working as a bartender, and just wants to be left alone…but an old friend calls in a favor and he reluctantly agrees to help a dying, military veteran find his missing daughter.
The second, breath-taking crime novel in the acclaimed Lee Henry Oswald series
Dallas PI Lee Oswald is busy working for a preacher, looking for a stolen file, when he agrees to help a state senator who is being threatened – if the politician doesn’t change his vote on a controversial environmental bill, his family will be killed, one by one, until he does. The two cases violently converge, making Oswald both a target for killers and wanted by the police for a murder he didn’t commit. The only way out is to confront a dark secret from his past that could destroy him.
A Shamus Award Finalist for Best First Novel
Lee “Hank” Oswald, a Dallas PI and Gulf War Special Forces veteran, helps an old friend find her missing brother Charlie, a recovering drug addict, an investigation that pits him against a ruthless developer, a major drug lord, and a vicious killer.
Hunsicker has a flair for turning phrases, and his broken, wounded characters could have stepped straight from the pages of Cornell Woolrich's despairing stories.
A first-rate thriller. The terrific joy of Crosshairs is the dialogue – crisp, in your face, and as raw and mean as the east streets of Dallas, but with a fine line of humor shot-through.
Harry Hunsicker fuses a white-knuckled thriller with a post-modern detective novel: Layered, intense, and rich with deadly characters.