Carver Harnett is an insurance fraud investigator, and an expert in spotting scams. When terminally ill people sell their life insurance policies to investors, they then collect all the money when they die. Seems simple enough, but what happens if the person isn't really sick? Late one night, Carver gets a call from his provocative and gorgeous colleague Miranda; something has happened to her friend Lenny, something isn't quite right. When their friend dies during a computer game, a strange narrative unfolds around a possible murder and a huge insurance fraud. With their careers - and their lives - at stake, Carver and Miranda end up investigating their own actions and the secrets that lie beneath them.
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Richard Dooling is a writer and a lawyer. His second novel, White Man's Grave, was a finalist for the National Book Award. He lives in Omaha, Nebraska.
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