SYKM


Robert J. Randisi
[1951-]
 
Miles Jacoby, boxer turned private investigator in New York City:

Eye in the Ring (1982)

The Steinway Collection (1983)
Finalist 1984 Shamus Award for Best Paperback
APA: Beaten to a Pulp (revised ed. 2012)

Full Contact (1984)
Finalist 1985 Shamus Award for Best Novel

Separate Cases (1990)

Hard Look (1993)

Stand-Up (1994)

Nick Delvecchio, PI in Brooklyn, New York:

No Exit from Brooklyn (1987)

The Dead of Brooklyn (1991)

Delvecchio’s Brooklyn (2001) [SS]

The End of Brooklyn (2011)

Joe Keough, NYPD detective who moves to St. Louis, Missouri:

Alone with the Dead (1995)

In the Shadow of the Arch (1997)

Blood on the Arch (2000)

East of the Arch (2002)

Arch Angels (2004)
APA: Blood of Angels (2004)

Dennis McQueen, a detective sergeant in New York City:

The Sixth Phase (1999)

Cold Blooded (2005)

The Rat Pack (Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Joey Bishop, Peter Lawford, et al.) in Las Vegas, Nevada:

Everybody Kills Somebody Sometime (2006)

Luck Be a Lady, Don’t Die (2007)

Hey There (You with the Gun in Your Hand) (2008)

You’re Nobody ’Til Somebody Kills You (2009)

I’m a Fool To Kill You (2011)

Fly Me to the Morgue (2011)

It Was a Very Bad Year (2012)

You Make Me Feel So Dead (2013)

The Way You Die Tonight (2013)

When Somebody Kills You (2015)

Augusto "Auggie" Velez-Colon, an Afghan war veteran playing guitar as a session man and working as a private investigator, in Nashville, Tennessee, in the Music City mysteries:

The Session Man (2012)

The Honky Tonk Big Hoss Boogie (2013)
Finalist 2014 Shamus Award for Best Paperback

Talbot Roper, a former Pinkerton agent, in a western series:

Bullets and Lies (2012)

The Reluctant Pinkerton (2013)

Sangster, a hitman who discovered he had a soul and retired to New Orleans, Louisiana, in the Hitman with a Soul trilogy:

Upon My Soul (2013)

Souls of the Dead (2015)

Truxton “Tru” Lewis, a retired NYPD captain housesitting wherever he's needed, in the Housesitting Detective series:

Dry Stone Walls (2015)

 
Robert J. Randisi wrote some books in the Destroyer Series
Remo Williams, an ex-cop and Vietnam veteran, trained in the ancient (and fictional) Korean martial art “Sinanju” by venerable Master Chiun, and agent of CURE, an organization outside the law serving to protect the law.
 
Non-series:

The Offer (2003)

The Ham Reporter [1986] & The Disappearance of Penny [1980] (2005)

The Picasso Flop (2007)
[written with Vince Van Patten]

Co-authored with Christine Matthews
Gil Hunt, a bookstore owner and Claire Hunt, a local celebrity in St. Louis, Missouri:

Murder Is the Deal of the Day (1999)

The Masks of Auntie Laveau (2002)

Same Time, Same Murder (2005)