Paperback, 5x8 in, 256 pages
Wheatmark, September 2007
Mark Landau survived Woodstock in the ’60s, disco in the
’70s, and the fast-paced business climate of the
Sometime just before the new millennium, Mark finds himself a
family man and a salesman for a Midwestern environmental
contractor. He believes his life will unfold in a harmonious blend
of family, work, and golf.
When he discovers Jimmy Rosen, founder of RoseTech
Environmental, has been bludgeoned to death, it becomes clear that
harmony will have to wait.
Jimmy's violent death triggers multiple events. Mark’s
golf companions organize a vigilante trip to the western U.S. to
find the killer, while Joe Francy, RoseTech president and
Jimmy’s right hand man, embarks on a personal journey of
Detective Diller has his own set of suspects, and even
Mark’s mother has a theory of the crime.
Jimmy’s Dead is the story of Mark’s attempt
to deal with friends, family, work, and a murder investigation.