Backstabber by Tim Cockey
A Hitchcock Sewell Mystery (Hitchcock Sewell Mysteries)

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He's suave, he's sexy, he's cool . . . and he's an undertaker. Hitchcock Sewell is back in one of the funniest and most fast-paced novels yet, in Tim Cockey's celebrated award-winning series.

A man has been murdered in his kitchen. And the apparent killer wants Hitch to scoop up the body and take it away . . . before the police have arrived. Meanwhile, across town, Hitch smells a rat--maybe two--in the nursing home where an old friend of his has taken up residence. With his matchless wit and uncommon ability to dig out the truth, Hitch is once again up to his old tricks . . . and mystery readers couldn't be happier.
 

About Tim Cockey

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Tim Cockey has been a story analyst for many major film and television companies, including ABC and Hallmark Entertainment. He grew up in Baltimore and now lives in New York City.
 
Published July 7, 2004 by Hyperion. 368 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Hitch arrives at the house of Sisco's girlfriend, Polly Weischeit, only to discover that Polly is actually a married woman, and her husband has been murdered.

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Cranky Lieutenant Kruk, Hitch's longtime nemesis, is none too pleased to find Hitch involved in another bizarre murder.

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Polly Weisheit, the victim's wife, explained to Hitch she did not call the police but called Sisco instead.

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