Is Brian McDonnell´s Jeb Wills a different kind of private eye? Yes. Wills steps back from a fistfight. Wills gets along well with the Austin Police Department Homicide crew.
Wills calls Dallas to monitor an investment position, and calls Houston to check on his client´s finances. Wills concentrates on tasks at hand -- such as recreational sex with his client´s son´s girlfriend.
Brian McDonnell steers an efficient and pragmatic course through events that began with a missing person case -- the disappearance of Will´s client´s son. There are drugs in the air: marijuana wherever Wills turns.
McDonnell writes with a dry wit that propels the story forward with recurrences of bemusement.
In the end, a missing person case is solved and so is a murder. Don´t miss this chance to read a story unique as the up-to-date state of Texas.
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