William F. Brown
Publisher: William F. Brown
Pages: 349

Pete Talbott was a harried Boston computer wonk still grieving over the death of his wife when he found himself at the wrong end of a .45 reading his own obituary torn from the morning newspaper. Talbott figured it was all a big mistake, until Parini showed him his wife's obituary too; and this was a mystery Talbott couldn't leave well-enough alone. From the author of Burke's War, Aim True, My Brothers, Amongst My Enemies, and others, someone with a scalpel and an embalming table was planting bodies under other people's names. Sandy Kasmarek ran an art gallery on Chicago's stylish North Michigan Avenue, and it appeared her late-husband was one of them. With a photographer's eye, the quick feet of a black belt, and fingers that could hot-wire a car in seconds, she had the skill set you wouldn't expect from a good Chicago catholic-school girl. Coupled with Pete in this action thriller, the ...
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