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Lewis Sinclair and the Gentlemen Cowboys

Lewis Sinclair and the Gentlemen Cowboys

By D. M. S. Fick
Categories: Fiction, Amateur Sleuth, Traditional British, Crime
Imprint: CamCat Books
Audiobook (Unabridged edition) : 9780744308891, April 2023
Paperback (Large print edition) : 9780744308839, 404 pages, April 2023
Hardcover : 9780744308815, 288 pages, April 2023
Ebook (EPUB) : 9780744308877, April 2023
Paperback : 9780744308822, 288 pages, April 2024

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Country musician Lewis Sinclair gets dumped by his girlfriend right before taking the stage at a top music festival. The man she dumped him for? His manager, who later turns up dead, with Lew being the primary suspect.


A missing brooch. A face set in cement. This is not your average music festival.

Lewis Sinclair, a stalwart and tender country musician, is about to take the stage with his band, the Gentlemen Cowboys, at the premier U.S. country music festival when his girl dumps him for the Cowboys’ shifty manager. When that same manager ends up at FallFest’s walk of fame with his handprints—and his head—in cement, Lew finds himself on the top ten most wanted list instead of the music charts.

With the help of his loyal Cowboys and the close-knit festival staff, Lew must clear his name before the killer gets away—or strikes again.


“A delightful music festival venue, a whole passel of charming characters, and a corker of a plot that lets Lew Sinclair and each of his Gentlemen Cowboys take a well-deserved solo as they endeavor to solve the crime. Hoping for an encore!” —Erin Hart, author of the Cormac Maguire/Nora Gavin mysteries

“D. M. S. Fick’s fine cast of characters shine in Lewis Sinclair and the Gentlemen Cowboys . . . Suspenseful to the end!” —Christine Husom, author of the Winnebago County Mysteries and the Snow Globe Shop Mysteries

Lewis Sinclair and the Gentlemen Cowboys is a charming mystery . . .” Foreword Reviews

“This country music mystery hits all the right notes. Readers will hope to hear more from the cowboy crooner and his band.” Publishers Weekly

“Patrons looking for thrilling mysteries that include love, jealousy, and betrayal set against a music-festival backdrop will enjoy. Suggest to fans of Dolly Parton and James Patterson’s Run, Rose, Run and Peggy O’Neal Peden’s Your Killin’ Heart.” Library Journal