Drew Danner, a crime novelist with a house off L.A.'s storied Mulholland Drive, awakens in a hospital bed with a scar on his head and no memory of being found convulsing over his ex-fiancee's body the previous night. He was discovered holding a knife, her blood beneath his nails. He himself doesn't know whether he's guilty or innocent. To reconstruct the story, the writer must now become the protagonist, searching the corridors of his life and the city he loves.
Chapter OneAs serious as a heart attack. Maybe those were Ken Kramer's last words, like a final explosion of panic in his mind as he stopped breathing and dropped into the abyss. He was out of line, in every way there was, and he knew it...more on boikeno.com
John Sanford's new character Virgil Flowers is off to a good start. The book has the same kind of pacing that the Prey books do, making it an easy read. The Flowers has to solve the Lemon murders - which involve some old Vietnam vets. The characters of the book are well painted and are people you'd like to meet - at least if your on the good side of the law. Looking forward to continuing the series.