With a new building to restore and his relationship with Steve growing more serious, the last thing Elliott needs is someone else's problem, but when lottery millionaire Bruno Caesar moves into his building he can't just ignore the man's pleas for help.
Then Bruno's life comes to an abrupt end when he falls from his balcony. There's only one problem-he was terrified of heights…and never went onto the balcony.
Bruno can't rest until the puzzle of his sudden death is solved, and Elliott and John are once again searching for answers.
©2013 F. Roger Margason (P)2013 F. Roger Margason
I do a fair amount of long distance driving and I've discovered the pleasure of listening to an audio-book while doing this and, when the audio-book is as good as this one, the drive goes too quickly.
I'm a long time fan of Dorien Grey and I have all of his books as paperbacks and hardcovers. I also have a lot of his books as e-books. They are books that I reread regularly.
The audio-book is well read and I found my engrossed while driving - even though I have read the book several times already. This is the third book in the Elliott Smith series and you do need to listen to or read the first two books in the series before tackling this one.
If you haven't read or listened to a Dorien Grey book before may I recommend that you do so - you won't be disappointed.
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