New York's worst PI finally caught a break. Instead of chasing ambulances for attorney Richard Rosenberg, he has a real case. Find out which of six suspects in a murder case is lying. But you know Stanley; nothing is easy. If it were, he would make it difficult.
From the back cover:
Private eye Stanley Hastings always wanted a ringside seat at a real-life murder trial. But now that he's got one, he's finding out that Justice isn't just blind, it's also deaf and dumb.
It couldn't have been easier. Stanley, at long last liberated from his role as ambulance chaser, only has to interview the six poker players who constitute the iron-clad alibi for accused wife-killer Anson Carbinder. Leave it to Stanley: once he starts interviewing, the alibi starts crumbling. Now Stanley is in the middle of a murder trial turned double murder mystery--and the only person in this courtroom who can get to the truth is Stanley Hastings himself.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book! It was fast paced, kept my attention, and had enough twists and turns to keep me on my toes without getting overly compicated. This was my first experience with this author and I'll definitely read more of his books.