Death by Station Wagon: A Suburban Detective Mystery

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Bantam, 1994 - Fiction - 303 pages
14 Reviews
He's a disgraced ex-Wall Streeter, hired by some kids to prove that a murder-suicide isn't what it seems. He's the Suburban Detective--and he's about to learn just how deadly the suburbs really are. From the Paperback edition.

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The hero, a former money market guy still suspected of insider trading and not a private detective is a really good character...even though I'm baffled how a man with the FBI still on his case got a ... Read full review

Review: Death by Station Wagon (Suburban Detective Mysteries)

User Review  - Goodreads

The hero, a former money market guy still suspected of insider trading and not a private detective is a really good character...even though I'm baffled how a man with the FBI still on his case got a ... Read full review

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Jonathan Katz initially worked as a reporter and editor for The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Boston Globe and The Washington Post, and later as executive producer of the CBS Morning News. Jon Katz is now a media critic, a journalist, and the author of several books covering a vast repertoire of topics. Katz has written several novels as well as non-fiction works which cover topics ranging from geek culture to his relationship with dogs. His titles include The Story of Rose, Dancing Dogs, A Good Dog, and Meet the Dogs of Bedlam Farm.

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