"Didn't E. Howard Hunt write a series about a hard-boiled CPA who solved
crimes when he wasn't doing audits or something? Can't recall the name
of the character off-hand, but I'm sure Bill Crider would remember."
The character was Steve Bentley, which Hunt wrote under his Robert
Dietrich pseudonym. I have a beat up Dell copy of Mistress to
Murder(with a McGinnis cover), but haven't read it yet.
And under the name Mark Sadler, Dennis Lynds wrote a series about a
private investigator who plied his trade in a corporate setting. Can't
remember if any of those corporations who employed him were financial,
but given Lynds's leftist politics, it wouldn't surprise me a bit.
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