"Ghosts don't simply latch onto places, investigator. People can become haunted, too."
A missing person. A city plunged into unforgiving winter. A dangerous spirit.
Though enjoying an increase in business following his last case, life isn't all roses for private investigator Harlan Ulrich. His newest job, another missing person's case, is unlike any other he's ever taken on.
Local businessman Michael Poole hires Ulrich to find his estranged daughter.
She's been dead for a decade.
Join Ulrich on a trip into the darkness, into the frostbitten underworld, as he seeks out a hateful phantom with only a cat and a thermos of good coffee on his side.
Darkside Blues is the third novel in the Ulrich Files series by Ambrose Ibsen.
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Old fashioned spooky story
Yes it is a good solid book in the genre and keeps you gripped
Harlan Ulrich, though he was very cold
Harlan Ulrich old film noir, dectective ala Dennis Wheatley
Good gothic spinetingler
The story has is a good solid spooky story, and with the narration sounds like a Denis Wheatley novel, I would recommend
- Wendy Hellion
"Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas."
Just before Christmas, the weather bleak and cold, investigator Harlan Ulrich is approached by a man who wants him to find his daughter, a girl who had died almost exactly ten years before but who the father is certain he has recently seen walking each evening from a cafe to an hotel before vanishing. The man seems decent and desperate, so Harlan takes the case, one he and his cat will regret.
A good ghost story, with the tension growing as it progresses, and made increasingly creepy by Jake Urry's excellent narration, reinforced by occasional gentle background sound effects. A recommended listen.
- Norma Miles