The Matter of the Phantom Purloiners

Captain Heinz Noonan, Master of the Impossible Crime, is in Wyoming to solve an odd murder. A transient is under arrest, accused of murdering himself with a weapon that cannot be found at a time no one could pinpoint for an unknown motive. And how is this murder linked with three odd robberies in three different Wyoming towns in adjacent counties and what does all of this have to do with $25 million in missing Russian money from Philadelphia? See if you can solve the impossible crime faster than Detective Heinz Noonan.

The Matter of the Duct Tape Tuxedo

Captain Heinz Noonan, “Master of the Impossible Crime,” is called upon to solve the most puzzling of riddles. If it's odd, you call Noonan. Why, for instance, would someone steal 200 garden gnomes and then leave them in a pattern across a city? Better yet, how can air cargo increase in weight as it flies and how can a century old Tong highbinder warrior appear in a locked warehouse and then disappear in a cloud of smoke? And why would anyone want to steal anything from a garbage dump? See if you can solve these unusual mysteries faster than the “Bearded Holmes” of the Sandersonville Police Department. Oh, then there is the theft of 8,000 gallons of water, a reappearing coelacanth, the theft of some Komodo dragon trousers and, of course, a missing duct tape tuxedo. The perfect Who dun what for your bookshelf and enjoyment.

The Matter of the Dematerializing Armored Car

In The Matter of the Dematerializing Armored Car, Chief of Detectives Heinz Noonan is asked to solve the disappearance of an empty armored car and its two drivers from a tunnel with guards on both ends. Why would anyone want to steal an empty armored car and is it linked the $12 million in cash in the armored car vault under the control of the United States Department of Treasury which vanishes without a trace – legally?  A suspenseful thriller of breathtaking action where the detective must solve an impossible crime before the heist can become an unsolved crime!

Beating Banks At Their Own Game

As you are reading this, banks are giving away millions of your dollars in gift mortgages. The banks are borrowing money from the federal government for mortgages, claiming the loans have ‘gone bad' and then giving the title of the property to ‘deserving individuals.' There is no federal check on these ‘bad loans' so the mortgages are free and clear—and tax-free. A Writ of Mandamus filed by the author in August of 2017 may end this practice. Beating Banks At their Own Game, is a fictional approach to explaining how the process works. The Appendix includes a collection of nonfiction documents sent by the author to the FBI, SEC, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Housing Finance Administration to STOP the practice of gift mortgages. Beating Banks At their Own Game is the saga of five people who use occupational and real-life experience in banking and real estate to seize control of more than 120 lots in a six-block area in Las Vegas using money that does not exist. They slide the land titles into a shell corporation and then sell out to a development corporation for 75% of book value. By selling below market value they know the sale will go quickly and quietly. But can they get the land and sell it before their scam is uncovered by greedy competitors who want in on the action, state banking auditors, the IRS and the SEC?