- n someone who is a detective
- n a waterproof overshoe that protects shoes from water or snow
- They had learned that Jenkins hired a two-bit gumshoe named Thomas ("Papa Bear") Miller--a New Orleans operative with a long, sometimes violent criminal record.
- Stored for two years in the vault behind Livingstone's desk, the reports were collected in 1993 and 1994 by Livingstone's friend Anthony Marceca, a civilian gumshoe with the Army's .
- He said she hired him as a gumshoe to trail her ex-husband around the country and dig up anything illegal in his life that she could use to get him arrested.
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First there's steamy sex. Then a mysteriously unmarked bottle of wine shows up on the doorstep of wine critic Clyde Jones. He's smitten; it's the perfect cabernet. Later, his body is discovered stuck in a fermentation tank. There's an ambitious gumshoe reporter, a beautiful widow, a reclusive winemaker, a disgruntled vineyard heiress, a seedy bar called Glass Act. And more sex.
June 22, 2013 - Isthmus
- David Baldacci in NPR
I'm not talking about a typical crime novel where a gumshoe detective is trying to solve a murder,says Baldacci. "In a thriller like this, a city disappears or a war is declared or 1,000 people die."
- Kathleen Rice in Newsday
From there, police and prosecutors used "old-fashioned gumshoe detective work" to discover who his accomplices were, Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice said at a news conference with police Commissioner Lawrence Mulvey.
- Sue Grafton in CBS News
She doesn't google anybody. In those days, there wasn't DNA testing, so she does old-fashioned gumshoe work and uses her wits,Grafton says.