THE BODY OF DAVID HAYES Ridley Pearson
Ridley Pearson always does a good job. David Hayes is not a nice person, he plays around with married women, then comes back years later when his crimes catch up to him, using blackmail. Not surprisingly, he winds up missing. The detective, Lou Boldt is a continuing protagonist we’re familiar with and learning more about him personally while he
struggles to solve the crime is a plus. He and his wife become more real as we go along for the emotional ride. The wife is in banking so
we get a little of computer banking information as well. This is a lovely change from the never-ending lawyer books. (Why does every lawyer think they should write)?