A Murder Too Personal by Gerald J. Davis

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Ed Rogan, tough as nails and twice as sharp, is a private investigator of crime in the corporate world. The case he's working on in A MURDER TOO PERSONAL takes on a personal aspect when he searches for the murderer of his ex-wife. Someone has put a bullet into the back of her head and Rogan is driven by the demons of guilt and revenge to find her killer. His quest leads him through the netherworld of Wall Street and corporate board rooms where vermin in Armani suits crawl along the underside of a glittering world where nothing is as it appears. The suspects are golden, well-groomed executive types with deadly secrets of greed, betrayal and lust locked up in their highly-polished mahogany desks. As he tracks down the murderer, Rogan rips apart layer after layer of surprises about the woman he was married to. Along the way he discovers she was not the wife he thought he knew, which leads him to the unanswerable question, "Do we ever really know another person?"

About Gerald J. Davis

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Davis has hitchhiked through 17 countries in Europe and Asia and lived in Central America. He has worked as a film editor, bellhop, stockbroker, lab technician, librarian and advertising executive.
Published August 16, 2011 by iUniverse. 200 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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