Hardcover: 256 pages
Publisher: Severn House
Men are dying in Chicago. Not ordinary men, but rich men, powerful men, men who control things in the city and the state. Men in the heavy cream.
They are being murdered, quietly, skillfully.
Dek Elstrom's ex-father-in-law, a major player in everything Chicago, is likely to be one of them. Amanda, Dek's ex-wife, wants him to investigate.
Dek doesn't want this case. There's too much opportunity to chase wrong directions; too much chance to get more rich men killed. Too much chance to fail Amanda. Again.
But Amanda persists, and Dek agrees, because that's what he always does, with Amanda. What they had has never quite gone.
He learns quickly that Amanda's father is lying. The man knows plenty, and is talking about none of it.
Is he about to become a victim? Or is he a killer?
With a gripping plot and a quirky but determined hero, “The Confessors' Club” represents another fine effort from an author who excels at every requirement of the genre -- and then some - Jay Strafford Richmond Times-Dispatch
“A setup to quicken the heart”- BOOKLIST
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