Books by Richard Barre

THE GHOSTS OF MORNING by Richard Barre
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 1, 1998

"Writers who do that pay a price: It's hard to take them seriously."
As in both previous outings (The Innocents, 1995; Bearing Secrets,1996), Wil Hardesty, passionate surfer, professional sleuth, plunges into the past to solve a modern-day mystery. Read full book review >
BEARING SECRETS by Richard Barre
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 6, 1996

"If you can overlook the nouveau-terrorist angle—and you get an awful lot of other stuff to worry about—this tangled tale smolders like slow-fuse dynamite, and Barre skewers each sorry player with a master's deadly accuracy."
Another out-of-the-past case for surfer/shamus Wil Hardesty (The Innocents, 1995), who's hired, barely, by Holly Pfeiffer because nobody else will listen to her rantings about how her aging activist father Max was hounded to his death by the FBI. Read full book review >
THE INNOCENTS by Richard Barre
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 1, 1995

"Every move is familiar, but newcomer Barre handles them all with the kind of power that reminds you what made them that way."
The day after Benito Reyes's sixth birthday back in 1967, his parents gave him up to baby-broker Bolo Zavala as the price of their own entry into the US. Read full book review >