The Asphalt Warrior Series by the Late Gary Reilly Featuring Denver Cab Driver Brendan Murphy, a.k.a. “Murph”

Home for the Holidays CoverDoctor Lovebeads

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2013
NUMBER TWO ON THE DENVER POST BEST-SELLER’S LIST
FIFTH IN GARY REILLY’S ASPHALT WARRIOR SERIES
Available at The Tattered Cover, Amazon.com (in paperback and e-book formats) and wherever books are sold.


Home for the Holidays Cover Home for the Holidays

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2013
NUMBER ONE ON THE DENVER POST BEST SELLER LIST
FOURTH IN GARY REILLY’S ASPHALT WARRIOR SERIES
Available at The Tattered Cover, Amazon.com (in paperback and e-book formats) and wherever books are sold.


Heart of Darkness Club Cover Heart of Darkness Club

PUBLISHED MAY 2013
NUMBER 1 ON THE DENVER AREA BEST SELLERS LIST!
Available at The Tattered Cover, Amazon.com (in paperback and e-book formats) and wherever books are sold.


Ticket to Hollywood Cover Ticket to Hollywood

Published December 2012
NUMBER 2 ON THE DENVER AREA BEST SELLERS LIST!
2013 COLORADO BOOK AWARDS FINALIST!
Available at The Tattered Cover, Amazon.com (in paperback and e-book formats) and wherever books are sold.


The Asphalt Warrior Cover The Asphalt Warrior

Number 3 on the Denver Area Best Sellers List! Available at The Tattered Cover, Amazon.com (in paperback and e-book formats) and wherever books are sold.


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