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A woman dies in his arms...a drug dealer offers him $10,000...a gunman is determined to kill him. And then everything goes to hell.
From the author of The Bone Church and The Hungarian, comes a white knuckle tour de force of Cold War noir.
When an archivist runs into the man who drove her into hiding, it's game on. She knows he'll hunt her. He knows he'll find her. He always knew exactly where she was. He's the Actuary and she's the one risk he couldn't negate.
She's blonde. She's clever. She's in his office. London based PI David Good doesn't stand a chance.
Brian, a clean-cut, recent college grad, also works for the mob. He takes a side job in their underground New York City casino to make extra cash to help his brother out of a jam. Nothing goes as planned, and soon Brian is forced to team up with a charismatic co-worker to rob the Russian gangsters who run the casino.
Sixteen years ago, Officer Charlie Hardwick was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his partner. Today, he has been exonerated for the crime and given his life back. In lieu of a massive settlement, he is now a homicide detective with the Chicago Police Department. Now, he has a city full of murders to solve. But while he adjusts to his new life, he's obsessed over his own case: who murdered his partner? Who framed him for it and sent him to jail? And why?
Just when infomercial writer, Walt Asher, has a perfect Sunday afternoon lined up, his plans get blown to hell. That’s when hell-raiser extraordinaire DG calls to cash in an outstanding favor. No questions. No answers. It’s not a request. Soon, Walt finds himself in a secret smuggler’s warehouse, surrounded by bikers with big guns, and facing the strangest assignment of his life: Write an infomercial selling DG’s eleven ton mountain of marijuana. Illegal? Yep. Insane? Yep. Impossible? Not for Walt. But, when bullets start to fly, will Walt find the right words – and weapons – to get out alive?
Copyright 2020 Ted Galdi