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Bear Republic clients were dying . . . Every forty-five days.
The only common denominator was the agent who sold them their life insurance policies. Arnold Taylor. Though not a suspect, Arnie felt responsible.
Would the LAPD solve the case, or would the solution be in the gise of an old friend, with a past as dark as sin?
In his second novel, Walker takes us back to what should be, the unexciting life of a 1970’s life insurance agent. With a cheating wife, friends of dubious character, and his clients being murdered every forty-five days, Arnie’s life is anything but. The twists and turns keep him in a constant state of uncertainty, culminating with the murder of three innocent victims who know too much.