The police say "involuntary manslaughter" but a tragic accident turns out instead to be murder, plain and simple. And San Francisco Homicide Inspector Stanley Korski, on leave from the force and his unrequited love for fellow detective Tom Danzel, walks right into a murderer's web of treachery. Wrong, Stanley. Deadly wrong.
©2009 Victor J. Banis (P)2013 Victor J. Banis
This book is the second in Victor Banis' Deadly series and it is one of my favorites of his. It makes up for the ending on Deadly Nightshade and continues the series. I don't do spoilers but it is fun and Stanley is a hoot in it. Also, this vocal performance is much more in line with the characters. While I love the book Deadly Nightshade I did not particularly like the narrator. This really enjoyed this narrator and would highly recommend the book.
I truly enjoyed it.
Stanley, of course. Love his sense of humor.
No, this is a first. A far improvement over Deadly Nightshade narrator. Any chance of a do over???
Good storyline and was surprised on who the culprit actually was.
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