Unlike too many other fictional PI''s, Fiddler has aged well
. . . The plots are well-hewn, the dialogue crackling, the bad guys among the very baddest. . . . From the yachty Newport crowd and the oenophiles of Napa to the dream-seeking denizens of L.A., Maxwell''s books provide a sort of literary amber, capturing the scene and saving it for posterity.-Bob MorrisOne of the most interesting and engaging private eyes since Robert Parker''s Spenser.-Advertising AgeThe second Fiddler & Fiora thriller, back in print. A Jewish Iranian friend of Fiddler''s is being blackmailed by terrorists and needs Fiddler''s help.