How much money would it take for you to betray the truth?
Ex-homicide detective Ray Quinn never had glamorous thoughts of the life of a private investigatoróbut being cornered in a bathroom stall by the enraged philandering husband of a client? Thatís something he could live without. Retired from homicide and living with a painful disability, Rayís options are limited. Stick to the job, keep impetuous sidekick Crevis alive, and spend quiet evenings with trusted pal Jim Beam, thatís about the best he can hope for.
As a new client emerges, Ray finds himself in an impossibly large boardroom holding a check with enough zeros to finally lift him from his financial pit. The job seems easy enough: find Logan Ramsey, an ex-cop turned security officer whoís taken off with sensitive corporate information. But few things are easy in Rayís world, regardless of the amount of zeros in the check.
In what should be an open-and-shut case, Ray stumbles across Logan Ramsey in a seedy motel room. Only Ray wasnít the first to find him. Now Loganís dead, the clientís information is nowhere to be found, and Rayís employer is less than forthcoming with the details. Suddenly the line between the good guys and bad guys isnít so clear. With a foot in both worlds and an illuminating look at an unhappy ending that could well be his own, which will Ray choose?
Who Did It?| Posted February 07, 2012
This wasn't one of my favorite books, but it was enough to keep me entertained. It's the story of a detective, wounded by life, who gets tangled up in a case way over his head. Who killed Logan Ramsey?? As soon as they think they've nabbed it, the person they nabbed seems to be only part of the story. I must say the outcome did surprised me, BUT I wasn't sure how he got to that conclusion. It's not a bad read, but it's really not a book I would suggest that someone else read.