Fay Fanon, also known as Rat Dog Dick, a dynamic and unconventional private investigator in the Bay area, was hired to look into the strange accusations of an elderly widow who claimed she was being swindled out of her hilltop mansion by a young man named Danny Tene. Within days, the widow was dead and Danny Tene stood to inherit a fortune.
Olsen chronicles Fanon's hunt for Danny Tene, his mother Mary Steiner, and his beautiful sister Angela - a family of suspected con artists who may have been responsible for the deaths of as many as five helpless elderly men and women, whose property - and possibly whose lives - the Gypsies allegedly stole.
©1998 Jack Olsen; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"[A] brisk, well-researched treatment of murders most foul." (Publishers Weekly)
"Masterfully told by true-crime doyen Olsen, this is the quintessential story that would be funny if it weren't so sad." (Booklist)
College English professor who loves classic literature, psychology, neurology and hates pop trash like Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey.
As usual, Jack Olsen spins fantastic back stories and takes all the back roads to give us yet another fascinating true crime tale
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