Retired after thirty-plus years in law enforcement, Tony DiGiusto, newly licensed private investigator, was looking forward to a quiet and uneventful retirement investigating simple everyday civil cases for local attorneys from an office in the sleepy and affluent hamlet of Sausalito, just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. Little did Tony know that his first major clients-a pair of twins who had hired his uncle, a well-known San Francisco attorney, to investigate a property ownership dispute-would lead him to investigate the sudden and unexplained death of his uncle in a small Northern California town. Tony becomes entangled in a complex and horrendous investigation that will lead him from San Francisco to the charming and picturesque towns of the Sierra Gold Rush areas. The investigation into his uncle's death leads Tony and his live-in girlfriend, Gina Rosetti, into a nightmarish web of terror and murder involving long-forgotten Nazi activities in California and almost costs Tony and Gina their lives. California's colorful capital, Sacramento, and its legislative bodies play an unwitting part in this fast-paced and intriguing glimpse into a madman's plan for a new Third Reich.The only other thing I found in the drawer were some four-by- five-inch note papers of the same type that had fallen out of the appointment book. I shuffled through them, a total of six. Five of them were blank on both sides. One of them hadanbsp;...
|Title||:||Solution from a Dead Man|
|Publisher||:||Dog Ear Publishing - 2010-12|