Death's Little Helpers

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (14.35 hours)
Product Number: Z100018769
Released: Aug 01, 2006
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780792746409
Narrator/s: Nick Sullivan
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Description

Private investigator John March is hired to find missing Wall Street analyst Gregory Danes. Once ubiquitous on television, Danes's star went into steep decline along with the stock market; he's best known now for his volatile temper and his obsession with restoring his tattered reputation. His ex-wife wants to know why the alimony checks have stopped, but what seems to be a straightforward missing persons case becomes something much more deadly. March unearths a rat's nest of family strife and business betrayals. And, March discovers, he isn't alone in his hunt for the missing man. Now his investigation takes on a terrifying urgency as it leads him through the corrupt corridors of white-collar crime and into the more intricate maze of the human heart.

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Author(s): Peter Spiegelman
Series: John March Mysteries Series No: 2
Genre: Mystery
Original Publish Date: Aug 01, 2006

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Author(s): Peter Spiegelman
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Product Number EB00173631
Released: Dec 27, 2013
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781400044931

Professional reviews

"Nick Sullivan does wonders with Shamus Award-winning author Peter Spiegelman's second John March adventure. Although Spiegelman's heavy-handed prose constantly interrupts Sullivan's narrative flow, Sullivan manages to keep things lively. March, a P.I. with ties to investment banking, is hired to find a stock analyst who has disappeared. March's investigation brings him into the world of insider trading, secretive millionaires, and the Russian mob. Sullivan's performance offers a variety of spot-on character sketches, and his expressiveness during an intense climax almost makes up for the novel's weaker spots. Thanks to Nick Sullivan's energetic delivery, listeners will find much to like in this financial thriller. S.J.H. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"

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