Overview

Along came a spider and killed the insider...

According to the official story, Martin Galloway shot himself in front of two cops. But his bereaved fiancee smells a rat, and when the system fails her, she turns to Clarke Lantham Investigations to prove that Martin was murdered. At stake: the reputation of one of the world's greatest humanitarians...and his twenty billion ...
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Overview

Along came a spider and killed the insider...

According to the official story, Martin Galloway shot himself in front of two cops. But his bereaved fiancee smells a rat, and when the system fails her, she turns to Clarke Lantham Investigations to prove that Martin was murdered. At stake: the reputation of one of the world's greatest humanitarians...and his twenty billion dollar estate.

Descending into a web of venture capitalists, patent trolls, security contractors, and evangelists, Lantham and his team must find a way through a world of loyalty and deceit more insidious, and closer to home, than any case so far...

...assuming he can survive the coma, and the arms dealer, and the drug kingpin who holds his life in the balance.
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Editorial Reviews

View From Valhalla - Gary Odin
"Sawyer continues to impress...and Lantham earns his place next to the Mike Hammers, Sam Spades and Dirk Gentlys of the world."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149016181
  • Publisher: AWP Mystery
  • Publication date: 12/7/2013
  • Series: The Clarke Lantham Mysteries , #5
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 466
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Even a respectable upbringing couldn't save J. Daniel Sawyer from a life of crime. As a high school hacker and serial trespasser, he often found himself the subject of unfriendly police attention. As a citizen unable to mind his own business, his frequent encounters with embezzlers, rapists, grifters, pornographers, corrupt public officials, murderers, and ice cream truck drivers around the San Francisco Bay provides him with endless source material and high doses of adrenaline.
After winding up on the wrong end of a gun once too often, he brought his sordid past as firearms instructor, security consultant, and INS detention contractor to bear on his hard-boiled Clarke Lantham Mysteries.
The author of thirteen books, including the award-nominated spy series The Antithesis Progression and the creepy comedy Down From Ten, he spends his down time searching the San Francisco back country for the ultimate driving road—and avoiding traffic cops.
For stories, contact info, podcasts, and more, visit his home page at
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