Created by Leo Axler
BILL HAWLEY is a funeral director who wants to be a private eye. Certainly one of the more peculiar backgrounds for a P.I., and Hawley is a little different from most amateur P.I.s, as well. He's a guilt-wracked, rather depressed loner in a genre generally populated by happy, shiny, plucky types.
And eventually Bill actually does receive his investigator's license and even a gun permit -- although he continues to work at Hawley's Funeral Home.
Plus I dig how each book in this off-beat series of paperback originals is sub-titled "A Bill Hawley Undertaking."
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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