San Francisco, 1995. A missing husband, a beautiful but distraught wife, a hated name from the past, crooked cops, lowlifes, the greedy rich--characters in a case I should have avoided but couldn't resist. Before the first day was over, and impatient for the end, I made a fatal mistake, fell into a trap, and was shot and left for dead. Then oblivion, months of recovery, learning to walk again, guilt, remorse, fear, and finally the will to live. A year goes by, a chance encounter on a European street, a jogged memory, and it all comes back--so simple, so obvious now. All I had to do was prove it by facing the same people who had nearly finished me the first time around.
About the Author
Retired after a 40 year career in architecture, this is my first novel of a series featuring Eli Katz, San Francisco PI. Two sequels are currently in the works. Other activities include a group of travel illustrations and photographs from European journeys that I plan to exhibit. I live in the Pacific Northwest with my wife of 45 years, Anna.