I’ve been a lawyer for thirty-three years and so I am experienced in dealing with conmen, liars, and thieves. And that’s just the other lawyers! The legal profession does cause you to see people at their worst, their most desperate, and their most wounded. It’s easy to be cynical when you’ve deal with the legal system, but once in a while a glimmer of humanity manages to peep through. And it’s all of grist for the crime novelist’s mill. Be sure to check out my blog Post Industrial Noir at cdwilsher.com.
A young man finds out from a fortune teller that there’s always a price to be paid. A rich man doesn’t quite have the 25th high school reunion experience he expected. Beware of strangers on a train. A dog may not be man’s best friend. An aging hitman takes a trip down memory lane.
"A wonderfully offbeat caper with smart characters wielding guns and razor-sharp dialogue." -- Kirkus Reviews
Charlie McCoy’s set up to take the fall for a burglary of a mob boss’s house. He escapes with his life and a bag full of CD-ROMs that incriminate some dirty politicians. Both the mob and the FBI are on his trail as he flees town with his daughter, Amy.