Theres Something in a Sunday

Theres Something in a Sunday

by Marcia Muller

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It's a cold Sunday in San Francisco. Sharon McCone's alone on a routine surveillance job, following a man named Frank Wilkonson through the city's lush horticultural hot spots to the sere foothills of the Diablos. But when she returns to find her kindly old client in a pool of blood, nothing she's learned explains it. The search of answers takes her from Wilkonson's sullen brood on Burning Oak Ranch, to the eccentric havoc of a household in the Haight, to Golden Gate Park and the desperate digs of the homeless. Unraveling the threads that link a homeless man, a pair of prominent activists, a wayward rancher, and a mysterious missing beauty, Sharon is plunged into the depths of domestic mayhem ... entering a realm where dreams shatter and marriage leads to bloody murder.

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BN ID: 2940161918753
Publisher: Blackstone Publishing
Publication date: 10/12/2018
Series: The Sharon McCone Mysteries , #9
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 304,661
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Marcia Muller is a New York Times bestselling author and creator of the critically acclaimed series starring private investigator Sharon McCone. With more than thirty-five novels to her credit, Muller has received the 2005 Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America, the Private Eye Writers of America Lifetime Achievement Award, a Ridley Award, an American Mystery Award, and the Anthony Award.

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There's Something in a Sunday (Sharon McCone Series #8) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Sharon McCone is following Frank Wikonson as part of her job as staff investigator for All Souls Legal Cooperative. The client requesting the tail is Rudy Goldring.While visiting Rudy's office, Sharon encounters a frightened woman and a murdered Rudy. The strange woman leaves in a hurry in a BMW. Also missing is Rudy's doorman, Bob Choteau. Bob doubles as a public inebriate and resident of Golden Gate Park. Marcia Muller is adept at describing relationships. In this instance, we meet at least two difficult and selfish husbands whose wives are coming apart with either drugs or anger.