An old grave opens a new case of murder. Recent murders are difficult but not unsolvable. This time Nameless is called upon to solve a murder that happened four decades ago. Called to do the impossible, he takes the case merely because the victim was a pulp writer. Nameless of course is a pulp fan. We follow Nameless in his quest of trying to quell the questions of a neurotic son determined to find out how his writer-father really died. Was it a suicide or murder?
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A slightly crude, San Francisco-based PI paints a picture of his early eighties San Francisco neighborhoods, his practical girlfriend, his mildly shallow business partner and his girlfriend, as a thin ... Read full review
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