Wiseass former TV anchorrman and "sarcastic bastard" KYLE CHAMPION, down on his luck, now works as a private eye.
He agrees to track down a former love's missing husband, who seems to have disappeared somewhere south-of-the-border, down Mexico way, in 1987's well-received When Rich Men Die.
It was praised at the time by such sources as Publisher's Weekly, who said "Shocking encounters, lusty humor and the glittering scenes of Mexico make this a real thriller."
It was supposed to be the first of a series, but writer Harold Adams subsequently seems to have decided to focuss on Depression-era eye Carl Wilcox instead.
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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