Company Man (Finder)

Spellbinding. I couldn’t put it down. Stop reading my blog and go read this instead.
What, you’re still here? OK. Here’s the deal. Nick Conover is the CEO of a large office-furniture company. Someone’s stalking his family. He kills the stalker, more or less unintentionally, and suddenly finds himself pursued by a dogged homicide detective (who, in a welcome reversal, is a devout Christian and portrayed sympathetically as such), under attack by rivals at work, estranged from his teenage son, and involved with a, er, somewhat unstable woman– the daughter of the man he killed. Finder’s storytelling ability is amazing; his characters are richly drawn, and overall this was a terrific book. Highly recommended.

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