Robert Stanley’s life ends on a Monte Carlo road, the victim of a collision between his blue Mercedes and a truck. His death seems like an accident. Many people hate Robert Stanley, that is why murder is always a possibility.
Plenty of people wanted Stanley dead. As an executive, he was ruthless, ruining his own father to gain control of their company. As a husband, he was a shameless philanderer, ultimately driving his wife to suicide. In addition, as a father Stanley was a monster, jealously guarding his wealth against his estranged children.
No one will mourn Robert Stanley, but his death raises questions. Chief among them: who stands to inherit his vast empire? If the accident had a murderous motive, was it money, revenge, or sheer hatred for a man who took glee in destroying other people’s lives?
The answer lies in Bad Mood Drive.
Black and White
6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)
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