Epitaph by James Siegel
A Novel

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Following a string of clues, William Riskin investigates the mysterious disappearance of numerous people. As he uncovers his partner's part in these crimes, he comes face to face with the ultimate evil.

About James Siegel

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James Siegel grew up in New York and drove a cab while attending community college. One day a passenger suggested he apply for a copywriting job at his advertising agency, BBDO. Despite his award-winning career there, he never abandoned his dream of writing a novel.
Published February 1, 2003 by Mysterious Press. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fighting arthritis, fatigue, and the notion that he’s too old for all this, William links all the names in Jean’s case files to the doctor who suggested they relocate to Florida, but it is another retired doctor, a physician who counseled Jean years ago, who reveals Jean’s ugly participation in a...

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Jean Goldblum, deceased, one of William's former partners in the Three Eyes agency, had been working on the "biggest case of his life," and now William must come out of retirement to try to pick up the pieces.

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William's partnership in a modest New York detective agency slid toward worthless when divorce no longer required proof of adultery, and then his security guard career turned out even worse.

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