I like Sam, the "hero". He is repressed, drinks too much, and smokes, but I like him.
He has issues with his mother, father, sister, ex-wife (his "revenge" was pretty funny), daughter, career, car, house, and neighbor. Sam has some questions about an "accidental" death and the book takes off from there. The plot is a little convoluted, then again expensive real estate deals can be pretty convoluted. The setting is the Hamptons, you don't think about "regular" people living there. The book is filled with people, not just characters. The mystery kept me guessing to the end. There was one pretty violent scene but not too awful. Bad guys getting beat up don't qualify as violence!
I enjoyed this book and was going to buy the series until the conclusion, but I do not purchase books about vigilantes. I think that readers who enjoy the Travis McGee books would enjoy this book.
Too much insignificant information makes this a long listen. Good to fall asleep to, though, because narrator has nice soothing voice!