Pizza Noir By Denver Day
Pizza Noir Book No. 2 opens up with Detective Scott Smith's axe-related homicide investigation—an assignment which he considers himself lucky for, compared with the morass that has become his colleague Thompson's caseload.
Pizza Noir Book No. 3 a saga of mysterious deaths, werewomen, land-eating sharks and magified roller derby chicks continues and Detective Rick Thompson is left to pick up the pieces
When arriving at a fresh murder scene, police are surprised to find a couple of strippers and a dead pizza delivery man who left the sodas in the car.
Detective Ricky Thompson follows a lead from stripper Ms. Keri Anders which leads him to a mountain of a man and a trip to the coroner's office.
With details beginning to float in from across the country about the extent of the one-day murder spree, new evidence points to a roller-derby influence.
With no evidence and no new leads besides a group of drug addled party babes and some pissed off roller derby girls, Detective Ricky and police forces from throughout the West are baffled.
When things seem like they cannot delve into any deeper of a metaphysical hole, the case takes another turn as an extremely hairy roller girl appears at the morgue.
As more bodies disappear from the morgue and werewolves are becoming the prime suspects, Det. Rick hangs out and has a beer with a very tough and attractive roller girl.
Detective Rick lets his intuition do the walking as he gets up-close and personal with Kitty Licker.
One of the bodies that disappeared from the morgue is at a new murder scene and it looks like this time, she won't be getting back up.
As Rick finishes up his latest rendezvous with a potential suspect, another body turns up at the morgue. This time, the victim is someone he knows very well.
The murders begin piling up once again, as are more appearances of furry suspects. All quiet on the local front, though as Rick takes in a roller derby bout.
As Ricky tries to unwind after killing werewolfians, he hears that he may have been the target of the attack.