Death and Taxes

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Death and Taxes

Death and Taxes Until someone put a poisoned needle in his bicycle seat Phil Drem was the meanest most nit picking IRS agent in Berkeley California

  • Title: Death and Taxes
  • Author: Susan Dunlap
  • ISBN: 9780440214069
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback
  • Until someone put a poisoned needle in his bicycle seat, Phil Drem was the meanest, most nit picking IRS agent in Berkeley, California.

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    One thought on “Death and Taxes

    1. Kevin J. on said:

      I'm not sure why I finished it. Never got invested with the character or the plot. Mostly it was in the van so I read it while waiting on various children and/or doctors.

    2. Catsalive on said:

      'Until someone put a poisoned needle in his bicycle seat, Phil Drem was the meanest, most nit-picking IRS agent in Berkeley, California.But when Detective Jill Smith began searching Berkeley's backwaters for the tax man's killer, she found a different picture of Drem: a caring Drem, whose once-beautiful wife was "allergic to the world" and whose friends and enemies, old hippies and would-be entrepreneurs, enjoyed a ghoulish pastime called The Death Game. Did the Death Game KO Drem? Was someone's [...]

    3. Spotsalots on said:

      This held up all right--in certain respects Berkeley is much the same today as it was when this came out in 1993. On the other hand, the victim's character is rather implausible, as is the method of dispatching him. In a sense, the most interesting thing about it in 2012 is the airport portion toward the end. My first question, when the Berkeley cops struggled to reach SFO in time to stop a fleeing suspect, was why they couldn't rely on the airport police or other local police to round up the pe [...]

    4. Cindy Grossi on said:

      For a paperback I picked up somewhere it was OK. One in a series and I will not be going out of my way to find another.

    5. Ryan Mishap on said:

      Despite the pro-police bias of many the detective cozy and the shiny-from-use- stereotypes about Berkeley, I like this series. Decent mysteries and characters ans some hot-button social issues.

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