Books by Rex Dancer

POSTCARD FROM HELL by Rex Dancer
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 1, 1995

"The action, though it all has a familiar ring, is well-nigh nonstop: It's as if James Bond had lost the sponsorship of Her Majesty's Government (but not his stable of willing women) and gone into freelance knight-errantry."
A cryptic postcard distress call from an old friend, fashion designer Astrid Montebello, calls photographer AndrÇ Derain (Bad Girl Blues, 1994) from New Orleans to the Cayman Islands. Read full book review >
BAD GIRL BLUES by Rex Dancer
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 1, 1994

"Too much of a good thing, maybe- -Andy sure gets beaten up and seduced a lot—but a welcome debut, filled with people who will live much longer in your memory than they do in this book."
The pseudonymous Dancer's first novel pits former Gotham fashion photographer AndrÇ Derain, now taking stills for a Hollywood movie as he smells the roses in New Orleans, against whoever killed Albert Ferrier, the male prostitute knifed outside Andy's place (with Andy's address in his pocket) while Andy was inside disporting himself with fading model Candice Browley. Read full book review >