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Evil is pursued from a shallow grave in Griffith Park, to the bucolic streets of West Hollywood into the dark heart of the gang-infested streets of East L.A.

Detective David Eric Paine is no stranger to violence and brutality, but even he is taken back at the sheer viciousness of the murder of two pregnant Ukrainian women. This was just the beginning of a baffling case which would lead from their shallow grave to a bucolic bungalow community in West Hollywood, tree-lined and tranquil, to the heart of the gang-infested streets of East Los Angeles, and points in between.

And what of Jairo Hernandez, his new, young partner? The attraction between them was immediate and intense and growing by the day.

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What they're saying about L.A. Boneyard

Bob Lind, Echo Magazine says: "The author depicts realistic and relatable confrontations and emotions between the two, wrapped around one of the most riveting and well-written crime mystery novels I have seen in years. This is a "must read" for every gay mystery fan...

"P.A. Brown is a master of the modern Los Angeles police procedural, etching a portrait of California's bright sunshine and dark shadows, and the even darker villains who lurk behind the chaparral and klieg lights. " Neil S. Plakcy author of the Mahu mysteries

Interview with Chris and David; NLV Interview with David

Music I listened to while writing L.A. Boneyard: The River/Good Charlotte and Californication/Red Hot Chili Peppers


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