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Welcome To the website of  Seattle Author, Robert J. Ray

“A welcome addition to the ever growing ranks of fine Seattle mysteries.”
—Seattle Times/Seattle Post-Intelligencer
“Robert Ray has woven a complex web of crime and intrigue that is sure to snare the reader and keep him hooked. And Murdock’s chili recipe is a good one, too!”
—Mostly Murder
“Robert Ray has woven a complex web of crime and intrigue that is sure to snare the reader and keep him hooked. And Murdock’s chili recipe is a good one, too!”
—Mostly Murder
Ray is the author of seven novels: Cage of Mirrors, The Heart of the Game, Bloody Murdock, Murdock for Hire, The Hitman Cometh, Dial “M” for Murdock, and Merry Christmas, Murdock. A sixth Matt Murdock mystery—Murdock Tackles Taos—in process. Murdock Cracks Ice, first published in 1992 Is BACK IN PRINT ($14.95, 262 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-881-0).
Fans of the hard-boiled but soft-hearted detective Matt Murdock will soon be able to obtain Ray’s other books in the much-acclaimed mystery series: Bloody Murdock, Murdock for Hire, and Dial “M” for Murdock. Murdock Cracks Ice is the only book in this series that takes place in scenic Seattle. See Murdock Cracks Ice at Amazon
Now Availble:
For More information about the entire Matt Murdock Mystery Series click here.
Murdock Cracks Ice is available in 5X8 Trade Paperback and Kindle on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de, Amazon.fr and Amazon Japan. Bookstores and libraries can order wholesale through info@camelpress.com or Ingram. Libraries can also purchase books through Midwest Library Service or Follett Library Services.
ADDITIONAL REVEIWS:
“Hard-nosed P.I. fare, with romance singeing the edges while our hero tries to toe the no-commitment line. Good reading, with frisky Chen and Hana definite scene-stealers.”
—Kirkus Reviews
“The novel, crammed with action, moves rapidly on Ray’s smooth prose and strong characterizations. Unlikely as it may be, Ray and Murdock make it believable.”
—San Antonio Express-News
“For all the violence of the drug scene, the lean, rich characterizations provide a break from the grim realities that feels very much like life, in which love and the companionship of others bring relief and hope. Then, too, the plot moves briskly, with a kind of spare clarity that reflects Murdock’s personality.”
—Cape Cod Times, Hyannis, MA
Ray is also the author of a popular non-fiction series on writing, The Weekend Novelist and he shares writing techniques on writing on his blog  co-authored with long time writing partner, Jack Remick. Ray is a native of Texas and holds a PhD from the University of Texas, Austin. Tuesdays and Fridays, he and Jack write at Louisa’s Bakery and Café in Seattle.  Visit Bob’s site, The Weekend Novelist HERE
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