What do you know about someone? Someone close. A friend. A loved one. You know only what they want you to know.
Nate Selegman's friend, Wilson Montgomery, a.k.a., Turtle, was a piece of work. He was a lying, conniving, self-serving jerk. And someone murdered him. And enjoyed doing it. The cops have no leads and no suspects. Nate decides to find out what happened to his old friend. The more he discovers the less he knows. One thing becomes clear. The Turtle he thought he knew was someone else.
The Turtle he uncovers plunges him into a world of crime, double-dealing, blackmail, and murder. Trust is expensive, and his life, it turns out, is cheap.
©2015 Tim Holter Bruckner (P)2016 RadioArchives.com
About the same.
I can't believe they killed the cat!
He's not stilted, doesn't pause in odd places and has just the right amount of emotion for this story.
I did laugh in several places, raised my eyebrows in others and I didn't cry but, I was sad when the cat bought-it : (
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