The Body of David Hayes

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Hyperion Books, Feb 22, 2005 - Fiction - 384 pages
37 Reviews
ears ago, Lou Boldt's wife Liz had an affair with David Hayes, a young computer specialist at the bank where she is an executive. When Liz ended the relationship after reconciling with Lou, Hayes engaged in a daring embezzlement scheme. Now, years later, Hayes is trying to retrieve the money he hid for the Russian mob and contacts Liz to try to gain access to the bank's mainframe. Liz is torn between wanting to protect the bank and needing to protect her family. Boldt, ripped apart by the discovery of his wife's possible blackmail, must skate a delicate line between his incompatible roles as determined detective and jealous husband if he is to find the money while exposing and stopping Hayes. Intensely involving and revealing new aspects of Boldt's emotional makeup never before seen, The Body of David Hayes is Ridley's most gripping and engaging thriller yet.

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Review: The Body of David Hayes (Boldt & Matthews #9)

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i love ridley pearson. i hated this book. i read it because it's part of a series. it's seriously boring. and the matthews subplot that we're all dying to know about is completely avoided here. i'm bored with Liz. Bring back Daphne. yawn. Read full review

Review: The Body of David Hayes (Boldt & Matthews #9)

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i love ridley pearson. i hated this book. i read it because it's part of a series. it's seriously boring. and the matthews subplot that we're all dying to know about is completely avoided here. i'm bored with Liz. Bring back Daphne. yawn. Read full review

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Contents

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Section 3
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Ridley Pearson is the award-winning co-author, along with Dave Barry, of Peter and the Starcatchers, Peter and the Shadow Thieves, Peter and the Secret of Rundoon, Peter and the Sword of Mercy, Escape From the Carnivale, Cave of the Dark Wind, Blood Tide, and Science Fair. In addition to Kingdom Keepers: Disney After Dark, Kingdom Keepers: Disney at Dawn, Kingdom Keepers: Disney in Shadow, and Kingdom Keepers: Power Play, he is also the author of the young adult thrillers Steel Trapp: The Challenge and Steel Trapp: The Academy. He has written more than twenty best-selling crime novels, including Killer View and Killer Weekend. He was the first American to be awarded the Raymond Chandler/Fulbright Fellowship in Detective Fiction at Oxford University.

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