The Towman's Daughters by David. J Walker
(Wild Onion Ltd Mystery)

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The brand-new novel in the acclaimed Chicago-set ‘Wild Onion Ltd.’ Series - Being a hero is definitely not on lawyer Dugan’s to-do list when he goes to retrieve his towed car one early morning. But when he comes across a crime in progress, he rescues the beautiful Isobel Cho from an armed abductor – only to find she isn’t too happy to be saved. Soon Isobel goes missing, and it’s up to Dugan and his PI wife, Kirsten, to find out what’s happened. Could Isobel’s relationship with a senator’s son be at the heart of it? Or are there dirtier tricks afoot?


About David. J Walker

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David J. Walker's journey has been a circuitous one: from parish priest, to investigator with the Chicago Police Department, to attorney in private practice, to full-time author of twelve crime novels, to. . . who knows? Born in Chicago, David has lived in and around that city ever since. He is the Edgar-nominated author of two critically acclaimed private eye mystery series. "Company Orders" is his second stand-alone thriller and, while lawyers, priests, and police officers are scattered throughout all of his novels, this is his first book with a priest as the protagonist.
Published October 2, 2011 by Severn House Publishers. 215 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Kirsten and Dugan’s last outing, Too Many Clients (2010), had, well, too many clients.

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