When the victim of a violent crime points to his attacker he sees on a news television program, private investigator Sonny Knight and Bay Town detectives Simko and Hunter jump into action to get their man. But there’s only one problem. The victim has accused Stelton Pike, the most politically connected man in Bay Town.
Femme fatales, resentment, and murder intersect in a highly charged case. Can the most influential man in Bay Town be a murderer? That’s who the victim pointed to.
"Blank is a fine storyteller, and he maintains a steady pace throughout this novel, gradually weaving an assortment of narrative threads into a tale that initially seems to be leading to an obvious conclusion. However, he effectively turns readers' assumptions on their heads, ending it all with an explosive surprise.
A satisfying sequel featuring an enjoyable crime fighter and more banter than bullets. "