Psychotic, sociopathic, and always charming Bobby Custer begins to crawl back up society's ladder. Along the way a variety of people have his number, but Bobby has a special way of dealing with them, all of them. He's the friendly next door neighbor, the guy at work who goes the extra mile just for you, only there's always a price to pay, and baby, you are going to pay.
The average person, upon learning of his employer’s “heart problems, his apparently estranged wife, the rebellious daughter” thinks, “Tsk, tsk, tsk. What a shame.” Bobby merely smells opportunity.
And he intends to insert himself into the man's difficulties at every level. Admittedly, part of his “boundaries issue” is legit; the feds did ask him to poke around, and the feds are the good guys … right? But the angles Bobby’s working are for the benefit of only one person: Bobby, as he destroys lives and careers with precision, and mops up the mess with the woman closest to hand. The truth is the man has cause to be bitter; have you met his ex-wife? This time, however, it seems he may have met his match in Angie.
The dark cloud hanging over the DASH law firm swirls into a murderous tornado, dispelling any doubt about the lying, rapacious, psycho the feds have unleashed. When will they figure it out, and – can they stop him?
Hang on to your seat as you read Corridor Man 2, maybe lock the door first because you'll be awake in the middle of the night, wondering if he can get to you. ...and he seemed like such a nice guy!