When attorney Mark McCoy find his boss naked and dead in his ofice, he knows it isn't going to be a good day. The police have him marked down as the prime suspect, and there are plenty of reasons for Mark to kill the man. Rather than surrender to the legal system, Mark become a fugitivie in the hopes of unravelling the truth about the murder. The body count slowly mounts, as aided by an atractive colleague called Sherry, Mark finds layer upon layer of intrigue and corruption.
Keely has a real talent for playing with expectations and perceptions, and you will spend a great deal of this book wondering who, if anyone, you can trust.
The review of this Book prepared by Bryn Pearson