Thomas Black hits P.I. pay dirt when he shadows a alleged philanderer to a tryst. But instead of two illicit lovers, he finds two bodies, an apparent murder-suicide. The dead man’s grieving widow doesn’t believe her late husband pulled the trigger–on his lover or himself.
Everyone–including Black’s own sexy client–seems to be hiding something. Maybe the name of the murdered man’s equally dead girlfriend, Bea Hindenburg, should have warned Black that this case was destined to crash and burn. . . .288 pages