Never Say Murder

Never Say Murder

In a prestigious New York City law firm, Gregory witnesses an attorney bulldoze his way into the word processing department and threaten to kill Marc for screwing up a legal document. The attorney, a hotshot first-year associate, works directly for the founding partner.

What happens next seems more than a coincidence to Gregory. Marc is found dead, but only Gregory is stupid enough to say "murder."

But why should anyone believe Gregory? His wife thinks he exaggerates, his co-workers say he's cuckoo, and his therapist bangs his forehead in frustration over Gregory's sometimes paranoid version of everyday events. And it doesn't help that he's trying to white knuckle his way through the temptations of his particular addiction.

Nevertheless, in a dizzying few days, Gregory loses his job, his wife, his will power and his freedom. Maybe should have kept his mouth shut.

"Walters manages to deliver, no matter what your preference in fiction may be. Fast paced and a fast read, he weaves a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat and manages to mix in some new elements."
POD-DY Mouth

"Mr. Walters bares down description to its elements and spins a tale of believable events and motivational reasons for his character to find the truth. The style is blunt and fast paced. Following the hero’s journey, NEVER SAY MURDER has a well defined story line."
Futures Mystery Anthology Magazine

"The narrative premise is solid, and the author demonstrates a particular talent for creating a viable set of suspects."
Kirkus Discoveries

NEVER SAY MURDER is almost a pulp detective story, except there is no detective involved. But Walters infuses his tale with all the great qualities of Nero Wolfe's Archie. Greg is the hero and narrator of the story. There is a murderer out there and colorful characters who have something to hide. The plot takes place in New York, the Gotham of murder. A great tale!"
Midwest Book Review

It's a fast pace enjoyable, at times a bit funny, [whodunnit.] By funny, it's just the way the writer presents his characters. I could envision them. The characters are well developed and interesting. The plot is quite good, really. All in all, good reading! And NEVER say, 'I could just murder that person!'[;] you could become a suspect."
—June Ahern, Amazon Reviewer

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