Created by Ray Davidson HERRINGBONE TWEEDE (I shit thee not) is a soft-hearted, mild-mannered Los Angeles private detective, tired of doing divorce work, who decides to pack it all in and head on down the road, leaving behind the very mean, and evidently divorce-ridden streets of LaLaLand for the hopefully more peaceful (and more conducive … Continue reading Herringbone Tweede
Created by Robert R. Irvine Pseudonyms include Peter H. Fine, Peter Heath, Val Davis (1936 --) Although he's renounced the Mormon church, Salt Lake City private eye MORONI TRAVELER, Jr. (named after both his father and an angel) often finds himself working, quite literally, in its shadow--his office is just a Bible's toss across the … Continue reading Moroni Traveler, Jr.
Created by Gary Stewart "Shit. What a way to make a living. But you can't beat an uptight religious society for providing employment for parasites like me. These Mormons take their their adultery seriously." -- Gabe, on being a Salt lake City private eye. It must have seemed like a good idea at the time: … Continue reading Gabe Utley
This list could almost as easily be called Mormon eyes, I guess. There just aren't that many Utah eyes who aren't Mormons, or at least lapsed Mormons. So far, the only one I've stumbled across is Herringbone Tweede, who's about as WASPy as you can get. Jason Coulter by J.R. Levitt (Alta) Moroni Traveler, Jr. … Continue reading Utah Eyes, and All That Jazz
This list could almost as easily be called Utah Eyes, I guess. Because a) there just aren't that many Utah gumshoes who aren't Mormons, or at least lapsed Mormons. b) there aren't that many Mormon eyes who aren't from Utah Although, judging from the high quality of the following eyes, I'm not complaining. Jason Coulter … Continue reading Mormon Eyes
Created by Cheryl Bradshaw Outdoorsy "sassy, headstrong" Utah private eye SLOANE MONROE isn't afraid to leave the pavement, especially with her hunky police officer boyfriend in tow, in this well-regarded (well) series of self-published thrillers which have drawn enthusiastic online comparisons at various time to everyone from Sue Grafton and Robert Parker to Mary Higgins Clark … Continue reading Sloane Monroe