After the death of his wife, a grieving Lew Fonesca drives from Chicago until his car gives out in the parking lot of a Sarasota, Florida, Dairy Queen. Trying to avoid his emotions and rebuild his life, he takes up work as a freelance process server. One of the attorneys he works for gives him his first case: a local entrepreneur's trophy wife has gone missing, and Fonesca must locate her. At the same time, a mother comes to him for help locating her runaway underage daughter, whom she fears has been sold into vice. Both cases are more complex than they seem, and Fonesca is kept in plenty of danger. "Staked with vivid characters and plenty of local color."-New York Times
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by Stuart M. Kaminsky
by Stuart Woods
by Stuart MacBride
"Kaminsky's new series starring freelance process server Lew Fonseca is loaded with vivid characters and the local color of Florida. One of his clients hires Lew to look into the disappearance of his trophy wife, and at the same time Lew starts looking for a teenage runaway who has been sold to a local vice king. Scott Brick's easy-going, relaxed style of narration draws the listener into Lew's life and work. Brick easily distinguishes the male and female characters with nuances of tone and modulation. With his keen sense of pacing, he adds to the suspense, drama, and surprising dŽnouement as Lew turns out to be a white knight in blue jeans. S.C.A. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"
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