by Tim Holter Bruckner
What do you really know about anyone? Only what they want you to know. Nate Selegman’s friend, known as Turtle, was a lying, conniving, self-serving jerk. And someone murdered him. As Nate investigates, one thing becomes clear. The Turtle he thought he knew was someone else, part of a world of crime, double-dealing, blackmail, and murder. A world where trust is expensive. And life is cheap.