By Michael Sears
Certainly one of Booklist's "Year's top Crime Novels"
After years in federal criminal, Jason Stafford is not any longer welcome on Wall road. yet because of his monetary crime services, one enterprise desires him to quietly search for irregularities within the books of 1 in their junior investors, whose physique was once simply pulled from the manhattan Sound.
Raising an autistic five-year-old by myself, Stafford can’t refuse the profitable supply. The task is meant to final weeks, tops. yet quickly he’s dealing with threats and intimidation, and extra individuals are death. Stafford needs to struggle for his life—while suffering to avoid wasting his son from a unique type of danger…
Nominated for the Edgar® Award for most sensible First Novel
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He showed me the article in the paper, and then told me about his Santa Claus script for the radio. The coincidence, if it was a coincidence, had him up in the air; he wanted to go out and get a drink or two. I went with him. We had a few drinks and then dinner and then some more drinks. ” Corey looked at Tracy. ” “I was pretty woozy, too,” Tracy said. “But our last stop was at Thompson's, down on the corner of this block. ” “And this afternoon when I woke up,” Millie said demurely, “Tracy was gone.
He said, “I'll try to be there. ” “Not a thing. ” Tracy thanked him again and hung up the receiver. He turned back to Inspector Bates. ” Bates said, “I'll have to ask Miss Wheeler a few questions. Here, Miss Wheeler? ” Millie glanced at Tracy and then turned to Bates. “Here will be all right. ” Millie crumpled a handkerchief in her lap. She said, “Twenty-four hours? That would start the middle of yesterday afternoon. I was at the studio; I worked there until four o'clock, and then—” “The same studio Mr.
You're crazy, stark crazy. This is radio business, Jerry. You ought to know radio by now. A hint of scandal, and you're on your ear. Not so much for writers; we're anonymous hacks. But—” “Nuts to radio,” Jerry said. “If I could get myself—well, arrested for murder, and get enough publicity I might get a break back on the stage. Tracy, this murder may turn out to be a big story. Hell, it is a big story. Once this angle gets out, it's going on the press service teletypes all over the country, and it's going to stay in the news.