In the wild days of Leo Waterman's youth, Henry qHeckq Sundstrom was a god. But things haven't been going great lately for the p.i's burly ex-hero. First came the honeymoon boating accident that killed Heck's son and new daughter-in-law, Allison. And now the big man himself is dying - struck down by a runaway truck at an ungodly hour, in a section of Seattle where no decent citizen should ever be caught after dark. But Waterman's not so sure Allison went down with the ship. And if he and qthe Boysq can gather the facts, perhaps he can prove it - following the lead to the Midwest and a missing million dollars . . . and hopefully to a qblack widowq who may be more alive and more lethal than anyone ever suspected . . . 'A fine writer . . . a terrific story . . . Leo Waterman is worth spending time with' CHICAGO TRIBUNEG. M. Ford. 337 Louie. And another who stood beside the gate, arm pointed accusingly in my direction. I was studying the face when I missed the ... I wrenched the wheel hard to the left and tried to focus my fading vision by using only one eye.
|Title||:||Cast in Stone|
|Author||:||G. M. Ford|
|Publisher||:||Pan Macmillan - 2009-12-09|