Fast Lane by Ralph Arnote
(A Willy Hanson Novel)

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Willy Hanson is a gentleman detective, an amateur Sam Spade who would love to solve a little riddle like the Maltese Falcon, but winds up doing matrimonial work.  When Amanda Granger, the pregnant wife of a philandering executive, asks Willy to get the dirt on her husband so that she can start a new life, he reluctantly takes the case.  But soon Willy finds that the man has been doing more than leading a double life.  With a sultry mistress by his side, Jason Granger seems poised to rocket his way to the top, not caring who he destroys along the way.  But a chance encounter with an enraged motorist has started a chain of events that he may not be able to stop. Because his roadside opponent is a sociopath of sickening proportions.  And unless Willy puts all the pieces of the puzzle together in time, people will die.

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About Ralph Arnote

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Ralph Arnote is the author of the Willy Hanson novels, including Evil's Fancy, False Promises, and Fatal Secrets.
Published September 15, 2000 by Forge Books. 305 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Why not pretend that Tad's been grabbed, and use this as a way to get back at Sonny, Tad's daddy and the loose cannon whose road rage sent Jason to the hospital.

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Though there are quirks aplenty, Arnote's sixth Willy Hanson escapade is a mechanical exercise that just goes to prove that all the clever plotting in the world doesn't necessarily make characters come to life.

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