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Overview

#16 in the Milan Jacovich mystery series ...

"Fast paced and riveting ... much recommended." -- Midwest Book Review

An oversized appetite for fine dining, flashy suits, and Las Vegas call girls has made Cleveland councilman Bert Loftus the target of media scrutiny and an FBI investigation that may end his career. Now he says someone is trying to kill him. Eager to identify his attacker but not so eager to work with the cops, Loftus turns to private investigator Milan Jacovich (pronounced MY-lan YOCK-ovitch) for help.

A working P.I. can't afford to be too choosy about his clients, so Milan takes the job--though he's not inclined to take Loftus's story seriously. At least it will be an opportunity to break in his new employee, young powder-keg Kevin "K.O." O'Bannion.

Milan and K.O. quickly notice that something smells fishy--and it isn't just the Whiskey Island Marina, where local power brokers down pricey drinks in front of Lake Erie sunsets. Loftus and several Cleveland landlords appear to be involved in something much darker than a typical cash-for-favors trade.

After a kinky call girl is found dead near the Cleveland Zoo and secret sex tapes are discovered in her downtown high-rise, Milan and K.O. must follow a trail of bribes, bullet casings, and debauchery to find the killer and uncover the true menace amid the muck of local government corruption.

Luckily they have the help of Cleveland police detective Tobe Blaine, a tough-as-nails officer recently relocated from Cincinnati. She and Milan team up in their search for clues and discover they have much more in common than crime . . .

"The plot is up to the minute, all about favors and payoffs--politics as usual--and includes Roberts' expected local color." -- Akron Beacon Journal

"A classic good-guy versus bad-guy story with enough gray area to keep me turning the pages and reading on." -- EasternStandardCrime.com

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781938441394
  • ISBN-10: 1938441397
  • Publisher: Gray & Company Publishers
  • Publish Date: July 2013
  • Dimensions: 8.46 x 5.53 x 0.67 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.62 pounds
  • Page Count: 259

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