Two sixteen-year-old boys break into a house looking for small change. Instead they find more money than they ever dreamed possible. Unfortunately, they also discover the blood-spattered body of an undercover cop. The kids make a big mistake. They take the money. With fingerprints all over the victim and blood on their shoes they give the prosecution an airtight case against them. Enter Shanahan who uncovers a few secrets among the rich and powerful that might allow the defendants to escape the death penalty.
|Publisher:||LIfe Death and Fog Books|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||328 KB|
About the Author
Ronald Tierney’s Stone Veil introduced semi- retired, Indianapolis-based private investigator “Deets” Shanahan. The book was a finalist in St. Martin Press’ “Best First Private Eye Novel” competition, and nominated for the Private Eye Writers of America’s Shamus Award for “Best First Novel.” Tierney, who has written ten novels in the Shanahan series and three in the Paladino and Lang mystery series, was founding editor of NUVO, an Indianapolis alternative newspaper and the editor of a San Francisco monthly. He currently lives in the City by the Bay, where he is involved in other fiction projects.