By William F Love
An unlikely alliance between a cynical New York private eye, Davey Goldman, and a Catholic Bishop, Regan, cannot go unnoticed…
But the two seem to have an unwritten agreement; when one of Goldman’s cases gets too tough, he turns to the genius Bishop Regan, who is all too eager to help.
When Jim Kearney’s long-lost brother, Nick, shows up demanding money from his estranged father, Jim goes to Davey for help.
But before Davey can earn his money, Nick is dead.
And Davey has committed the slightly illegal act of shielding the number-one suspect: his client.
Davey is convinced that Jim is innocent and goes to all lengths to prove that he is.
With the police unimpressed with Davey’s attempts to protect Jim, it’s left to Davey and Bishop Regan to prove Jim’s innocence once and for all whilst working out who the real suspect is.
And with new suspects turning up everywhere they turn, Davey and Bishop Regan soon start to wonder if they will ever unravel the truth…
Bloody Ten is an intriguing crime thriller filled with suspicion and lies.
William F. Love was a Benedictine monk at St. Gregory’s Abbey, Shawnee, Oklahoma, and was ordained as a priest in 1958. Following his resignation from the priesthood, he became a banker and banking consultant in Chicago. He holds a degree from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago. He makes his home with his family in a suburb of Chicago.