LADIES DON'T WRESTLE

Charles H. Hayes
Ladies Don't Wrestle

Moonshine Cove Publishing, LLC


SOMETIMES I'M ASKED TO DO SOMETHING STRANGE, BUT THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME SOMEONE HAD ASKED ME TO KILL HIM

Charles Hayes is a natural storyteller. He has the rare ability to take a few murders, throw in a little suspense, add a handful of genuine, quirky characters, and trap his readers in a mysterious set of circumstances that occasionally causes them to laugh out loud. Who’s guilty? Who’s innocent? Or is anybody innocent? His novel, Ladies Don’t Wrestle, is as much fun as anybody can have while caught in a puzzling cat and mouse game of crime, serial killers, and double jeopardy. He draws his readers smack dab into the middle of the story. – Caleb Pirtle III, author of Secrets of the Dead.

Charles Hayes is a skillful writer with a knack for setting a scene, creating realistic, believable characters and keeping the action rolling. With Ladies Don’t Wrestle, he brings back the delightful ensemble of engaging characters first introduced to readers in The Briefcase, which alone makes this well-crafted novel worth reading. The intricate plot is a mixture of old-fashioned gumshoe sleuthing and enough techie-geek stuff to both impress and baffle Raymond Chandler. Put all this together and you have a first-rate mystery with a surprise conclusion that hits the mark. Treat yourself to another great read. – Preston Holtry, author of the Morgan Westphal mysteries.

The hunter becomes the hunted in this gripping story of murder and intrigue. Set in Hayes’ native East Texas, he makes readers feel right at home in this good old fashion whodunit. Hayes is a gifted storyteller with a special talent for creating robust characters that stay with you long after the pages are closed. Set aside some time, Ladies Don’t Wrestle is hard to put down. – Steve Brigman, author of The Orphan Train.

Charles Hayes has out-done himself with Ladies Don't Wrestle. It is well-researched, both exciting and poignant, with wonderful characterizations. I didn't just read it; I was literally drawn into the story and became an unseen participant. – Tom C. McKenney, author of Jack Hinson’s One-Man War.

TRYING TO KEEP HIS ROMANCE ALIVE WHILE TRACKING A SERIAL KILLER COULD BE THE DEATH OF MIKE KIDD.

Mike Kidd is not a detective; in fact, he is financially independent and has no vocation. But he is a sucker for anyone who turns to him for help, and this leads him into investigasting a friend who has spells of unremembered night-time drives. His friend wants to know where he goes and what he does on these trips, and whether he is responsible for the murders that occurred during some of these blackouts. With the help of his girlfriend, his crotchety grandfather, and his autistic-savant brother, Mike finds more than he bargained for. Maybe enough to destroy his relationship with the woman he loves. Maybe enough to cost him his life.




For a postpaid (within the US) autographed copy send your check or money order for $13.99 to:

Charles Hayes
5722 Gloucester Drive
Tyler TX 75707

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Email to the author: hayes@b17.com


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