© 2013 Ray Flynt
This is Brad Frame’s Philadelphia...
Actually, he lives in Bryn Mawr, west of Philadelphia, along the storied ‘Main Line’ of the
railroad, where Brad first developed his love of trains.
Brad appreciates the dynamic city, the nightlife and the museums. He led an aimless life
until his mother and sister were kidnapped and murdered. Brad helped solve that crime,
then teamed up with Philadelphia Police Detective Nick Argostino to start his own detective
agency and help find justice for others. As business grew he hired Sharon Porter, and as
one reviewer wrote “It’s easy to see why Brad keeps her at his side.” They don’t always see
eye to eye, but they make a great team. You can preview his important cases here.
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Coming - June 2013
In this riveting tale of porn-
making gone awry, Brad Frame
is trying to find Jeremy Young.
He’s a runaway from Maple
Grove, an institution for juvenile
delinquents, and last seen
“starring” in an adult video.
LADY ON THE EDGE (4th
in the Brad Frame Series)
South Carolina ceramic artist
Amanda Carothers interrupts
Brad Frame's vacation to ask for
his help in investigating her son
Dana's death from five years
Although his death was ruled a
suicide, Amanda believes Dana
was murdered. Reactions to
Dana's death tore her family
apart, and a fresh investigation
threatens to make those rifts
“Frame is a detective who knows to keep digging for the
truth among lies, gossip and coverups, so readers will
be guessing until the end.” - Kirkus Reviews