Dead Men Don't Cry
Phoenix private detective Derrek Packer is transfixed by a story in the morning news about the death of an unidentified teenage girl who had been raped, beaten, then discarded alongside a farm road in a neighboring county. That same day, he’s employed by the wealthy and beautiful Evelyn Noscutt, whose husband has run off with her classic sports car and one of the household maids.
Packer’s search for the husband leads him to the dead teenager in the newspaper story, a spiderweb of Noscutt family secrets, and a seedy world of murderers, corrupt politicians, and sex traffickers.
A terrific book, and an important book. —Dan Baldwin, Author, Sparky and the King: The Plot to Kill Elvis Presley
Dead Men exposes us to a world hidden from our everyday lives—a world of savage brutality and exploitation. —Ron Wick, Author, Santiago Mystery Series
This book deals with theme that is is too horrifying for most of us to think about, but unfortunately part of our modern world. —Dr, Alan Wu, Author, Toxicology! What You Don't Know Can Kill you.