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Albuquerque private eye Bubba Mabry gets caught in the middle when the Religious Right goes up against the hookers of Central Avenue in "Baby Face."

Bumbling Bubba has more than he can handle when he's hired by a deadly pimp to track down the crazed killer who's killing prostitutes on East Central. Then preachers and politicians get into the mix!

Praise for "Baby FAce"
"Steve Brewer has proved that 'Lonely Street' was no fluke. In Bubba Mabry's second outing, the reluctant sleuth is just as outrageous, appealing, and amusing!"
—Jerome Doolittle, author of 'Half Nelson'

Praise for Steve Brewer's first Bubba Mabry mystery, "Lonely Street:"

"Brewer gives a fast-paced and witty look at how it might be if America's No. 1 celebrity really were alive."
—Edgar-winning author Tony Hillerman

"A murder mystery filled with Albuquerque color . . . and offbeat characters anyone will enjoy."
—Ollie Reed Jr., Albuquerque Tribune

"The story moves smoothly, and there are some good descriptions of New Mexico's largest city, especially its seedy Central Avenue."
—Marvin Lachman, The Armchair Detective

"Drolly entertaining and just a little poignant. Loopy characters and the presence of the King beguile."
—Jan Cottingham, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

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