HellboxNameless Detective Novels (Volume 39)
Bill, the "Nameless Detective," and his wife Kerry were in the Sierra foothills, just outside of Six Pines, falling in love with a cabin. It was all perfect, until Kerry went missing.
They'd seen Balfour at breakfast at the diner and Kerry remembered his name…PR people are like that. Which was unfortunate, because when she ran into him along the trail on that sunny afternoon and called him by name, he panicked. And that's when Bill's nightmare began.
In a small town with limited resources, where a major case was keeping everyone busy, a private investigator demanding action wasn't very popular. They were doing all they could, Bill was told. But it wasn't enough.
With the help of his longtime associate Jake Runyon, Bill begins a search that uncovers just what price the citizens in a town without pity might have to pay. Bill and Jake follow the few leads they have, and come face to face with the Hellbox.
The Nameless Detective series is the longest-running series of its kind, and Bill Pronzini only gets better with each new Nameless title.
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Kerry was sitting at the table on the long front porch, drinking coffee and taking in the view, when I came out in my robe and slippers. It was only a little after nine Sunday morning, another cloudless, end-of-June day; the...
Praise for Hellbox
“Can doing first-rate work as consistently as Pronzini really be as effortless as he makes it seem?” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review on Camouflage
“The Nameless series continues to be a wonder of great plotting, long-term character development, and insight into the chilling banality of evil.” —Booklist, starred review on Camouflage
“Pronzini is a pro at PI Fiction: he never cheats on the reader, respecting the conventions of the hard-boiled detective stories and puzzle mysteries he employs so well.” —Library Journal on Schemers
“Pronzini's crisp and wry style gives the latest installement of the Nameless series page-turning flair.” —RT Book Reviews on Schemers-