Brock Callahan doesn’t have many fans left from his glory days on the gridiron. As a matter of fact, Warren Temple Lund III may be the last one. So how can Callahan refuse his request for help? It doesn’t matter that Warren is not quite twelve with assets totaling thirty-two dollars.
Callahan may have a soft spot for kids, but when he sets out to find his client’s missing father, things get nasty indeed. Nobody - not the local police, the rich mother, nor her live-in-love - wants Callahan mixing in. And if he doesn’t watch his step, Callahan may find himself in a county morgue with a tag tied to his big toe . . .
William Campbell Gault (1910–1995) was a sports fiction author and Edgar Award–winning crime fiction author. Some of his notable works include Don't Cry for Me and the Shamus Award–winning title, The Cana Diversion from the Brock Callahan series.