Matt Cobb has to deal with alleged corruption of a network of people in the small town where he went to university.
In between business and memories, Matt stumbles upon a murder; a roommate of his is accused of killing his girlfriend and all the evidence points towards him. Only Matt Cobb believes he is innocent. Matt will have to prove it, as the case of corruption gets more and more complex and cryptic.
William De Andrea is the kind of ‘pulp fiction’ professional I like, namely imaginative and ready to do whatever it takes to tell a story, even under the pseudonym of Philip DeGrave.
This novel is part of the famous Matt Cobb series. It is a great pleasure to see it back in the bookshops.
Translation by Graziano Fornari (edited by Sabrina Macchi)