39 Down, a Paul Trifthauser novel
People thought Joseph Schneider was insane. Locked up in a convalescent home for 17 years, he maniacally tore through 3,000 crossword puzzles.
Then he died.
But some secrets are better left buried.
Hidden inside Schneider’s puzzles was a code. A code so secret and so lethal, it would rock the world. That is, if anyone discovered it.
That person was one least able to decipher it, Schneider’s grandson, Paul Trifthauser.
A drunk and a drifter who finally settled into a semblance of a life, Trifthauser stumbles across his grandfather’s legacy, buried in a barn in the country.
Armed with nothing but a mathematician and a seductive prostitute named Alejandra, Trifthauser opens his grandfather’s pandora’s box…. and triggers a landslide.
“This book is a thrilling ride on a rollercoaster, and dropping you only to lift you higher and higher. The last hour of the book you will never put down.”
To review Book #2 in the series, Discordia, click on the image below.