Paul Harper introduces a fresh face in the detective world: Marten Fane, a man with a checkered, but mostly honest, past and a murky present --- sort of a modern-day Equalizer. Fane takes over cases people won’t ask the cops to handle. There’s a good reason for that, and a good price. Sometimes, the monetary price is the easiest to pay, for the cost in some cases goes far beyond mere dollars. Fane has just such a case in PACIFIC HEIGHTS.
"PACIFIC HEIGHTS teems with tension. It gets high points for drama, along with kudos for its exotic setting."
Vera List, a San Francisco psychoanalyst, has discovered that some