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An Amos Walker Mystery (Book 29)
Nearly 20 years ago, college freshman April Goss was found dead in her bathtub, an apparent suicide, but suspicion soon fell on her boyfriend. Dan Corbeil was convicted of her murder and sent to prison. Case closed. Or is it? A chance meeting during a bank robbery introduces Detroit private detective Amos Walker to Corbeil's sister, who hires him to prove her brother's innocence. Walker discovers that nobody else is eager to see this cold case reopened, including the victim's father, who is now the host of a true-crime series, Cut-Throat Dogs; the one-time public defender who lost Dan's case back in the day; and even Dan himself, who long ago gave up any hope of being a free man again. Uncertain who he can trust, or even if Dan is truly innocent, Walker faces both bribes and bullets as he prowls swanky neighborhoods and dangerous slums to uncover an ugly truth buried decades ago.