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Edgar Award finalist Timothy Hallinan continues his six-book Simeon Grist series with this white-knuckle mystery—a must-listen for fans of Robert B. Parker’s Spenser novels.

Simeon Grist knows LA inside and out—the sex for sale, the chic seductions, every rip-off from City Hall to Venice. So when he’s hired by a Hollywood recording company to shadow one Sally Oldfield, suspected of embezzlement, Grist discovers she’s entangled in the Church of the Eternal Moment—a million-dollar religious scam built around a twelve-year-old channeler and the voice of a man who has been dead for a millennium. When Sally turns up dead, Simeon knows he’s become the next target of a very flesh-and-blood entity waiting in the back alleys of sin and salvation to give him a brutal look at the four last things: death, judgment, heaven, and hell—revelations he could definitely live without.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “Hallinan has a genuine ability to write effective prose, engaging repartee, [and] sharp and witty characterizations.”

    Washington Post Book World

  • “Terrific, well-crafted, thoroughly satisfying…updates Raymond Chandler’s vision of life in Los Angeles through Grist’s sardonic, often hilarious observations…leaves one looking forward to Hallinan’s future endeavors.”

    Los Angeles Herald-Tribune

  • “Simeon Grist, former professor of English at UCLA and fledgling LA private eye, makes his debut in this clever mystery…Televangelism, brainwashing, research into the early nineteenth-century diaspora of new American religions, and a most unusual ally lead Grist to the denouement of this very satisfying mystery.”

    Publishers Weekly

  • “Smoothly plotted story, crisp dialogue, and excellent characterizations…The book never falters, sustaining suspense and interest throughout…a sure winner.”


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