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Publisher's Summary

Successful Hollywood movie producer Wolf Willett is stunned when he happens to read his own New York Times obituary: victim of a sordid triple homicide amid a steamy menage a trois with his young bride and best friend. Who's the corpse? Who wants him dead? And why has Wolf blacked out the entire evening of the grisly crime?

Unfortunately, the Santa Fe D.A. thinks Wolf has all the answers. With the means, the motive, and an inexplicable memory loss, he is promptly arrested, star suspect in a murder case that's making headlines from coast to coast. Then another murder complicates the scenario. With help from hot shot criminal attorney Ed Eagle and with New Mexico's death penalty as an incentive, Wolf races to clear his name, and dodge the real killer, in this thrilling novel of mazes, mystery, and murder.

©2001 Stuart Woods (P)2005 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.

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I am a great fan of Stuart Woods and this book certainly did not disappoint however the story was way too short. Look forward to reading the next book of his. And many more.

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  • JDB
  • Raleigh, NC, United States
  • 09-29-13

Great early book of Woods, and excellent narration

Would you listen to Santa Fe Rules again? Why?

I may. The story line was good, had several twists and turns.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Santa Fe Rules?

I can't say without giving a spoiler, but I will say everything is not as it seems.

Which scene was your favorite?

Of course, the climatic resolution of it all. Where you learn the who, the why, and the what.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The dog sounded adorable.