William Riskin
Created by James Siegel

Retired private eye WILLIAM RISKIN is pushing eighty, a cranky old fart more than happy to push a broom around the Offtrack Betting offices, and moan and groan the rest of his life away in Queens, until Jean Goldblum, one of his former partners in the Three Eyes Detective Agency, dies and William goes to pay his respects. Something about his former associate's death smells funny to him, and soon William is out of retirement and on the case of his life, a case that involves ancient secrets, Nazis, murder and other goodies.

So, I guess the big question is this: after his acclaimed debut, Epitath (2001), will we see William again? In other words what sort of legs does an 80 year-old have?

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