Tag: fraud

  • James L’Etoile: Black Label

    James L’Etoile: Black Label

    Jilly Cooper wakes up, naked in bed with a brutal migraine. She’s in a condo that she’s never seen before and has no idea where she is. Nearby is an empty tequila bottle and a framed photo of her and her boss at Dynalife Pharmaceutical, CEO Jonathan Mattson. She’s only ever had a professional relationship Read more

  • Allen Eskens: Nothing More Dangerous

    Allen Eskens: Nothing More Dangerous

     “Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr. Boady Sanden is a white 15-year old who’s counting down the days. He’s getting the hell out of Jessup, Missouri. Things are brewing in 70s Jessup though. Lida Poe, the African American bookkeeper at the plastics Read more

  • Bill Prentice: Why Was Rachel Murdered?

    Bill Prentice: Why Was Rachel Murdered?

    Brilliant mathematician, social activist, corporate gun. Rachel was all this and more until her lifeless body was discovered at home, her neck snapped. Toronto police believe she was a witness to the murder of a war criminal but one man isn’t convinced. Neil Walker, former RCMP financial crimes analyst, now PI, is hired to dig Read more

  • David Achord: Wildcat

    David Achord: Wildcat

    Right kind of PI Wrong kind of problems   Thomas Ironcutter has big weight over his head. His wife committed suicide, the police department where he was a detective thinks he did it. He waits for the inevitable. He’s moved on as he can, there is little of the wounded detective in this book. He is pragmatic and Read more