Created by John Van der Zee

And then there's FERRELL, an ex-San Francisco cop, "divorced and rejected" (oh, poor baby), who decides to make a new start by working as a casino security officer in Lake Tahoe, on the Nevada/California border.

Kirkus praised the novel for avoiding the mobster antics and organized crime shenanigans usually associated with the gambling setting ("not a capo in sight") and for some intriguing characters, while respected crime fiction historian Robin W. Winks included it in his extensive list of his Favorite Mystery Books.


Report respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.

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