Seattle p.i. Leo Waterman knows the city like no one else. And he knows how to stretch the limits of the law, when necessary, to accomplish what needs to be done -- a very useful talent Leo acquired from his late, larger-than-life father, once one of the region's most powerful and colorful political characters. But just how seriously Waterman senior transgressed during his time on Earth comes into question when one of "the Boys" -- Leo's "residentially challenged" barfly allies -- digs up a human skeleton in Dad's backyard.
The remains that remain belong to "Wild Bill" Waterman's staunchest foe -- an ultra-conservative muckraking journalist who vanished mysteriously thirty years before. Leo has always struggled in his father's shadow -- but he's convinced that his old man was much too savvy to have committed murder -- let alone to have interred the victim in his own backyard. But in order to clear his father's damaged name, the dutiful son is going to have to start digging up a very dangerous past... and do his damnedest not to get buried beneath it.
This paperback is in very nice condition with light spine creases and corner wear, and a reader's crease.