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A Town Getting Away With Murder
Beneath the glamour of a trendy Hamptons summer town lies another world–one of dark lives and desperate secrets. And when Labor Day arrives and the beautiful people depart, locals like Declan MacManus are left behind to make a living out of just surviving. A sometime P.I., MacManus is an expert at self-defense and a master of self-destruction, but nothing he’s seen of the dark side of fortune can prepare him for what he is about to discover.
On a dark, deserted road Mac witnesses a bizarre, single-car wreck, but he knows that what he saw was murder. Following a trail of clues to a chilling conspiracy, Mac is running out of time, out of chances, and out of luck. He is about to become part of a secret no one is willing to talk about…
The rich don’t have more secrets—they just bury them deeper
Trouble always seems to find Declan MacManus…and it finds him again one rain-swept October night when the part-time P.I.—and full-time outsider—gets caught in the middle of a brutal homicide. To the rich and untouchable of Southampton, longtime locals like MacManus are little more than background scenery. Set up to take the fall in a nasty case of double-dealing and multiple murder, Mac follows a serpentine trail that leads through the murky waters of his past—and into the twisted heart of a prominent East End family he once knew well. As the lines between past and present, rich and poor, right and wrong begin to blur, a decades-old secret emerges from behind the closed doors of the Hamptons’ moneyed enclaves—and a town sworn to protect its own declares open season on anyone who stands in its way. Mac is first in line…
Remer was an effective Manhattan P.I. until one of his targets found a nasty way to force him into an early retirement. Since then, he has been living an anonymous life, running a liquor store in Southampton, and doing his best to stay in the shadows without ties to anyone or anything. Then a voice from his past reaches out for help, and he agrees to work one last case—a missing person—in order to escape the threat he’s lived under for six years.
Trouble is, even if he finds Mia Ferrara, even if she’s safe, that might not be enough.
Shamus Award winner Daniel Judson’s irresistible noir styling and impeccably drawn heroes—so beset and so human—make Voyeur his most searing thriller yet.
The cold of winter has come to the far reaches of Long Island, New York. The summer people are gone. So is the sunshine. And in the dark, a man carries a body to the water’s edge. It’s not his first—and he’s not done yet…
The police are talking about suicides. But a handful of people suspect something darker is going on. One is a college teacher drowning himself in booze and dangerous sex. One is a former high school football star who wants a second chance. And between them is a mysterious private investigator who believes that a beautiful, amoral young woman is connected to the killings.
Soon, things will spin out of control. Clues will point in all the wrong directions. Then, it will be up to a few lost souls—men and women who know all about monsters—to bring a killer into the light….