The Blue Crimes

By Enrique Laso

Crime & mystery | Paperback, eBook, Audiobook


The bodies of two young girls are found in a lagoon in the small town of Oskaloosa, Iowa. A promising FBI special agent, Ethan Bush, flies out with his team to assist Sheriff Stevens in the case. Things are complicated by the similarity in deaths of both girls to a cold case that occurred in the same place in 1998. Ethan fears that his initial success may have been down to luck alone, and that he might struggle to solve the case as more and more small-town secrets come to light. If you enjoyed novels like "The Silence of the Lambs" or TV series such as "Twin Peaks" or "True Detective", this is the story for you.



Enrique Laso was just eight years old when he started writing, and when he finished his first long story. Since then, he has written around 30 novels, books of poetry, and collections of short stories, of which only a handful have ever seen the light of day. He has won numerous literary competitions throughout his extensive literary career. Laso also used many pseudonyms to publish his work, in various genres. The only one that he has revealed to date, however, is 'Henry Osal', which he uses when publishing books on self-help. Altogether, his works are now available in 12 different languages, and have sold around 400,000 copies throughout the world.


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Enrique Laso was just eight years old when he started writing, and when he finished his first long story. Since then, he has written around 30 novels, books of poetry, and collections of short stories, of which only a handful have ever seen the light of day. He has won numerous literary competitions throughout his extensive literary career. Laso also used many pseudonyms to publish his work, in v...


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