"Fun, Gritty, 'Old-School' PI Mysteries with Plenty of Twists and Turns."

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An exclusive Paperback "Starter" Bundle only available here, direct from the author. Escape into the page-turning PI mystery series readers call "old-school" with a special discount on the first four paperbacks from the 10-book series.

Here's what's Included:

#1 Dead at Third

He knows he’s more than just another washed-up ex-cop. Solving a murder will help him prove it...

A straight-shooter who lives on a boat and likes a drink or two, Henry’s frustrated he can't even land work as a dispatcher. And his job running security for a local baseball team is far from his idea of excitement.

But it pays the bills.

The morning after the season ends, Henry’s at his friend’s bar with a Bloody Mary in one hand and a phone in the other. He takes a call that could change everything...

Turns out a couple of fishermen pulled third baseman Lance Moreau’s body from the St. Johns River. And his teammate's been arrested for the murder.

The team's owner turns to Henry to help prove the cops have the wrong man. Henry knows working security in an empty ballpark is one thing. But investigating a murder?

It won’t be easy.

Lucky for him he has Alex Jepson on his side. She’s beautiful. She’s tough. And as Henry likes to say...she’s the one with the brains.

They’re a good match, in more ways than one.

Now all they have to do is find the real killer... 

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#2 The Last Ride

It’s Henry’s first big case as a licensed private investigator. If he’s not careful, it could be his last…

#3 The Crystal Pelican

In his most thrilling mystery yet, private investigator Henry Walsh dodges bullets, bombs, and married women to help find a friend’s missing fiancé…

#4 The Night the Music Died

Another exciting investigation throws Henry deep into a mystery surrounding the death of someone from his past…

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I read EVERY ONE (all the 21 colors) of John D. MacDonald's series, Travis McGee, starting in the mid-70's until the end. I hope you take this as a compliment, but you write similar to MacDonald. I love the way you develop your characters, their interactions, and the bit of humor peppered through the story.  -Patricia D. (reader review)

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Classic mystery in a classic way. Think of noir only in book form. Shady bars, deep secrets and heated undercurrents of jealousy and hate. A great read. - Hawaiichick (reader review)

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Kind of a throwback to the old PI days of Mikey & Jack. Down and out cop turned security officer doggedly tracking down clues to solve a murder for a friend. - James M. 

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Loved the story. Never figured it out. Great mystery. - S. Kierstead

  • Specifications


Gregory Payette


The Henry Walsh Private Investigator series


Private Investigator Mystery

Books included (with page count) 

Dead at Third (255 pages), The Last Ride (306 pages), The Crystal Pelican (290 pages), The Night the Music Died (264 pages)

Paperback, Ebook (ePub, Mobi)

Ebook compatibility

iPhone, iPad, Kindle, Kindle Fire, Android, Kobo eReader, Nook, Mac, PC desktops/laptops, all browsers (Chrome, Safari, etc.)


Paperback: USPS Ground, 10-14 days delivery
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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "On book four of the series and riveting storytelling with a lot of characters. Suspenseful and keeps you wondering where the plot is heading, till the final reveal..." -Hal Bigelow

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "I am totally loving this series!" -DENISE MCCARRAHER

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "I’ve only finished two of the six books in the bundle. Very good reads aand I plan to read them all!" - Douglas Bright

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ A surprisingly entertaining story I received the first six ebooks from Gregory Payette that feature Henry Walsh as security advisor for the local baseball team in Jacksonville, FL. I was drawn to this since I lived in Jacksonville until moving to nearby Clay County. Sadly, there have been a few attempts to use Jacksonville as a backdrop for books, movies and even a TV series. None of them have ever been successful. Finally, I read a story set in Jacksonville that should be a large success. I have a huge pile of TBR books so I have to skip around but I will be returning to this series soon. -Richard Klinzman

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