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From best-selling author Max Byrd comes the exciting re-release of this captivating suspense novel, featuring the well-loved P.I. Mike Haller who is on the case again, this time helping an alluring hooker stay alive so she can inherit her fortune. Private investigator Mike Haller has been hired to find Muriel Contreras, a hooker who's inherited nearly $1,000,000. But just when he's approaching an answer to her whereabouts, he discovers he's been sabotaged - and his P.I. license is suspended. Haller sets out on his own to find out who is trying to stop him, but the chase quickly turns deadly when his colleague - who assigned Haller to the case - is brutally murdered. Praised by PW as "fast-moving, authoritative, [and] richly satisfying," Finders Weepers finds Haller entangled in a dangerous game with a murderer who won't stop at anything to get to Muriel. Max Byrd is the award-winning author of 14 books, including four best-selling historical novels and California Thriller, for which he received the Shamus Award. He was educated at Harvard and King's College Cambridge, England, and has taught at Yale, Stanford, and the University of California. Byrd is a Contributing Editor of The Wilson Quarterly and writes regularly for the New York Times Book Review. He lives in California.
©1983, 2012 Max Byrd (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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