Goodreads | Eric_W Welch (Forreston, IL)'s review of Always Say Goodbye:
I am rapidly becoming a fan of Stuart Kaminsky and am dipping into all of his series. In this early Lou Fonesca novel, it's four years after he fled to Florida following the hit-and-run killing of his wife, a Chicago prosecutor. Lou has been living in obscurity working as a process server.
Deciding to get some closure (a concept in real life I find silly at best) he decides to go back to Chicago and find out why and by whom his wife was killed. His brother-in-law, Franco, a tow-truck driver, has got to be my favorite character.
Several twists at the end. Fun read.
A common thread across all the series from those I've read seems to be onion bagels with cream cheese.
'via Blog this'