A More Perfect UnionBook - 1988
Detective J. P. Beaumont uncovers kickbacks and bribes in a Seattle ironworker's union, but his investigation may be curtailed by a long walk off a short I-beam
A shocking photo screamed from the front pages of the tabloids—the last moments of a life captured for all the world to see. The look of sheer terror eternally frozen on the face of the doomed woman indicated that her fatal fall from an upper story of an unfinished Seattle skyscraper was no desperate suicide—and that look will forever haunt Homicide Detective J.P. Beaumont. But his hunt for answers and justice is leading to more death, and to dark and terrible secrets scrupulously guarded by men of steel behind the locked doors of a powerful union that extracts its dues payments in blood.
When a young woman falls to her death from an unfinished skyscraper, Seattle Homicide Detective J. P. Beaumont suspects murder--especially when the body count starts to rise and the investigation leads him to an ironworkers' union headquarters. Reissue.