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The Venus Deal (California Century Mysteries) Paperback – May 15, 2007. by. Ken Kuhlken (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Kuhlken magically evokes the times, the half-mad atmosphere of Venus's cult, and the hard reality of a business where it's not possible to stay clear of the mob. And over all is The War - the war that is transforming all their lives. Series: California Century Mysteries.
It's late summer, 1972, up in California's redwood forests. It's late summer, 1972, up in California's redwood forests. They seem a ""safe and wondrous place,"" but some of Evergreen's population is growing pot up in the trees and others are bent on stealing it.
Ken Kuhlken won St. Martin's Best First Private Eye Novel contest for the first Hickey . DIVIt's late summer, 1972, up in California's redwood forests. and finally between the Hickeys and their own past. Martin's Best First Private Eye Novel contest for the first Hickey family case, The Loud Adios. Ken Kuhlken won St.
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The strangest thing about Ken Kuhlkens novel, THE LOUD ADIOS, is that some of the characters come alive in ways one almost . Kuhlken easily fulfills those obligations in THE LOUD ADIOS. But I think he does something more.
The strangest thing about Ken Kuhlkens novel, THE LOUD ADIOS, is that some of the characters come alive in ways one almost wishes they wouldnt. At least this reader was more strongly moved by sympathy and wonder than he had expected to be on contact with three of the novels principal characters. Im neither an addict of private eye novels nor a particular connoisseur of the genre. Halfway through the novel, after a scene of terrible mayhem, he expands on a heretofore mysterious character and, from one moment to the next, he raises the unanswerable question of innocence.
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Report an error in the book. In late summer, 1972, California’s redwood forests seem a safe and wondrous place. But some of Evergreen’s population is growing pot up in the trees and others are bent on stealing it. Then there’s the coming folk festival, a jamboree bringing in musicians, fans, and war protestors. It results in a ferment of flower power (the local hippies), raw power (the local biker gangs, notably the Cossacks), and law enforcement power (local and federal). Skirting the edges are shades of the Manson Family and the Mexican Mafia.
A California Century Mystery, Book 4. By: Ken Kuhlken. Narrated by: Ray Porter. Set in 1972, Kuhlken’s fourth mystery to feature the endearing Hickey clan follows 22-year-old Clifford Hickey, an aspiring folk singer, as he takes one last stab at a music career before heading to USC law school at the urging of his father, former cop and PI Tom Hickey, the eccentric protagonist of the first three books in the series. Clifford must try to prove his brother’s innocence in a town filled with vengeful bikers, suspicious locals, crooked cops, rogue federal agents, and pot-growing hippies. Kuhlken brings the social and cultural scene of the period vividly to life