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          DEATH'S LITTLE HELPERS
              PETER SPIEGELMAN

Gregory Danes was well known as being quite successful in the stock market.  However, things began to go downhill when among other things, Danes is accused of insider training.  Now he is best known for his temper.  One day Danes stormed out of his office and never returned.

His ex-wife, a fashionable painter, wants to know why she is no longer receiving alimony checks in the mail.  She is not so much concerned about Danes but is more worried about her checks.  She hires private investigator John March to find out what happened to Danes.

March's investigation began as a missing person's case but turned into much more.  March soon finds out that he is not the only person looking for Gregory Danes.  Apparently, Danes has several enemies.

Who are the other people looking for Gregory Danes and why?

Peter Spiegelman has created an excellent thriller.  The novel takes place with the world of high finance in the background and that is what really makes it interesting.   The author has a way of drawing the reader in from the very first page and holds your attention throughout the book.  Private investigator John March is an excellent character that adds much to the story because he is so strong willed and determined.  This book is highly recommended and should be added to your reading list.

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, NANCY EATON

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