If you love great mysteries with a bit of sports thrown in and lots of drama, you'll love the second book in the Duffy Dombrowski series. In the second installment, Duffy has a lot on his plate. His girlfriend broke up with him. He's teaching a teen karate lessons and getting ready for a fight, there's strife at work, and his new client is controversial from his parole. When there's murders happening at the same place his client, Howard Rhineheart, killed four people, thirty years ago, he's under suspicion. Everyone believes it's him, while Duffy believes his innocence, when the world's against him. When he goes investigates the going-ons at the high school, he's closer to the truth and facing danger straight on. Lots of good drama here.