Series: Aaron Gunner

Author: Gar Anthony Haywood

Not Long for This World (1990)
4.43 of 5 Votes: 1
A lawyer hires Gunner to help her prove that her gangland client is not a killerDarrel Lovejoy doesn't owe South Central anything. By all accounts, he is lucky to escape this desperate corner of Los Angeles, to go to college and graduate into a well-paid advertising job. But something compels him...
Fear of the Dark (1988)
3.7 of 5 Votes: 4
I usually stay away from detective hero series. The first few are good but then fall prey to Rambo syndrome. You know, where one guy somehow saves the world with his pinky? Aaron Gunner, however, is one cool customer. Not Long for this World is still my all-time favorite, but this one is still a ...
When Last Seen Alive (1999)
3.88 of 5 Votes: 5
A man disappears at the Million Man March in Washington, D.C., but Aaron Gunner soon discovers that isn't just another missing persons case. The web of deception that surrounds both the missing man and those who knew him will lead him to more danger than he realizes. The fifth book of the series.
It's Not a Pretty Sight (1996)
3.41 of 5 Votes: 4
With his shattering new Aaron Gunner mystery, Gar Anthiony Haywood lives up to the legends - and more...
All the Lucky Ones Are Dead (2000)
4.04 of 5 Votes: 2
In Gar Anthony Haywood's All the Lucky Ones Are Dead, African American PI Aaron Gunner investigates the apparent suicide of one of the most famous rap superstars on the West Coast, C.E. Digga Jones. The job doesn't exactly appeal to him. After all, Gunner prefers to work for folks whose politics ...
You Can Die Trying (1994)
3.96 of 5 Votes: 3
As a fan of his mysteries involving the retired Loudermilk's and their Airstream trailer, I avoided the Aaron Gunner novels because they seemed the opposite extreme: edgy, violent, lurid compared to the genial atmosphere of the cozy-style. Tracy found this one at a book store on the coast and the...