The Wabash FactorE.V. Cunningham, author of the popular Masao Masuto Mysteries, brings to life the tough but lovable New York detective, Harry Golding, and his outspoken Irish wife, Fran, in his new novel The Wabash Factor.
Political figures are dying one by one, and their deaths appear to be accidental: heart attacks in restaurants, mortar falling from buildings, car accidents. But could someone be trying to make them seem accidental? Harry starts to suspect foul play -- but when he tries to get to the bottom of the crimes, he finds endless cover-ups and corruption on the highest levels, perhaps even in his own police force. The common element in all of these murders? Santa Marina, a small Central American country whose supporters will stop at nothing in their vicious search for power and control. Soon Harry and his family are in grave danger, for the closer he gets to the truth, the more determined is his enemy to silence him -- forever.
E.V. Cunningham, a pseudonym for a best-selling author, has received critical acclaim for his Masao Masuto Mystery series. With The Wabash Factor he has created his most chilling mystery to date.
from the dust jacket of the 1986 Delacorte Press first edition