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Joy Street: An Interview With Russ Bubas about His New Novel

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A gritty private eye and an FBI agent of questionable ethics team up to rip off some drug mules (“Who are they going to call?”).  This perfect crime has to work. Danny Hughes’ girlfriend, Angie, the bartender you would die to know, the city’s nightlife, and  suburban life are portrayed with “I’ve been there” clarity.  The story has a touch of Spenser and Phillip Marlowe, with characters that jump off the page.  Don’t go to the beach without  it.

A crackerjack heist story, written by a real private eye that knows his stuff. A fast and exciting read.” - Peter Morin Esq., Former State Representative and author of the best seller, Diary of a Small Fish

Russ Bubas has been a private investigator for more than 40 years, eventually starting his own agency, Data Quest. Ltd. in 1981. Following his graduation from New York University, he worked for four years as a counter intelligence officer, and, later as a Loss Prevention Director for a retail chain, before going into corporate private investigations, building a client list of prestigious companies throughout the country. 

He has previously published through Paladin Press, How to be a Big Time, Big Deal Private Investigator, and Clowns and Capers through Merimack Media, both available through Amazon. You can find him on the web at www.dataquest.co. Russ currently resides in Boston and Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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