Tom Hamilton has a long memory. He remember the poverty and insults of his childhood in small-town Colorado. He remember the secrets of the deadly organization he worked for in Chicago. Most of all, he remembers the central tragedy of his boyhood, his mother's disappearance. Now he's back in Colorado, safe from the Chicago associates-and in possession of a large quantity of their money.
When a signer is murdered during a local opera performance, Tom decides to try his hand at finding the killer. He doesn't foresee that this will draw him back into the passions and hatreds of earlier years . . . or that it will put his own life in danger!
A terrific novel from the New York Times bestselling author of TIME FOR SHERLOCK HOLMES, URSUS, and CAPTAIN's HONOR.
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Published October 20, 2010
by Borgo Press.
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror.