Where the Bodies Are Buried by Janet Dawson
(Jeri Howard Mysteries)

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“One reason I like Janet Dawson’s gal gumshoe, Jeri Howard, so much is that she likes her life…Jeri is not your standard malcontent, bourbon-guzzling private eye…As with the other novels in the Jeri Howard series, Where The Bodies Are Buried salts its suspense with tart social commentary.” Maureen Corrigan, Washington Post –

“Nobody plots an investigation more meticulously than Dawson, and she does a fine job of working in all the East Bay locales. Each conversation, each potential suspect, gives Jeri a tiny detail to follow up on, building one fact atop another.” Roberta Alexander, Contra Costa Times –

Oakland private eye Jeri Howard’s client, a paralegal named Rob Lawter, is murdered before he can tell her why he needs a private investigator. Jeri thinks the answer is at the company where Rob worked. So she goes undercover in the corporate legal department, determined to find out where the bodies are buried.
 

About Janet Dawson

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Janet Dawson writes highly acclaimed suspense novels about the adventures of Jeri Howard, a female private detective in the San Francisco Bay area. Dawson's first novel, Kindred Crimes won the Private Eye Writers of America Best First Private Eye Novel Contest and was nominated for the Anthony and Shamus awards. Her seventh novel, Witness to Evil, takes protagonist Jeri Howard to Paris to rescue a runaway teenager and back to California, where Howard becomes involved in a dangerous confrontation with neo-Nazis. Other Jeri Howard mysteries include Don't Turn Your Back on the Ocean, Nobody's Child, and Till the Old Men Die. Janet Dawson was an enlisted journalist in the Navy before moving to Alameda, Calif. She is a member of the Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.
 
Published August 8, 2011 by Fawcett Columbine,1998.. 217 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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At their first and only meeting, Rob, a poor but honest paralegal at Bates, Inc., the food-processing giant (cereal, beans, dairy products), had been nervous, obviously worried.

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Paralegal Rob Lawter has paid Jeri a retainer for unspecified services, then has died from a fall shortly before blowing the whistle at Bates Inc., the food processing company where he worked.

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But Jeri Howard, cast in the ethical mode of the classic inquisitive detective, decides to pursue her own inquiry, because she feels she owes Lawter service for the check she's already cashed.

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