Collision Bend (Milan Jacovich, #7)

#7 in the Milan Jacovich mystery series . . . "Another fine entry in an outstanding series, Robert's latest is sure to be a hit with readers and reviewers alike." -- Booklist"Former television producer Roberts writes knowingly of the medium; newscaster sleeping with sales manager makes a timely metaphor for the ethics of broadcast journalism. Roberts affectionately weaves in the history and rich ethnic mix of Milan Jacovich's...

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The Dutch (Milan Jacovich, #12)

Book 12, and the series is still going strong.Milan is the same great PI he's been for decades, and the supporting cast of characters is always fun (I'm a sucker for any of the Milan Jacovich books that manage to work the guys from Murray Hill into the story).The "suicide that might not be a suicide" is a tried and true plot in the private eye mystery department, and The Dutch pulls it off without feeling like a retread.The previous book...

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Wet Work

Dominick Candiotti is a paid assassin employed by the shadowy Brownstone Agency. After one too many assignments, weary of the violence and a life of temporary identities, he wants to leave the profession. His anonymous boss, code-named "Og," isn't happy with the decision; he turns the tables on his employee and assigns fellow agents to eliminate him. Now on the run, Candiotti fights for his life, trying to stay one step ahead of deadly pursuers...

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Wet Work

Dominick Candiotti is a paid assassin employed by the shadowy Brownstone Agency. After one too many assignments, weary of the violence and a life of temporary identities, he wants to leave the profession. His anonymous boss, code-named "Og," isn't happy with the decision; he turns the tables on his employee and assigns fellow agents to eliminate him. Now on the run, Candiotti fights for his life, trying to stay one step ahead of deadly pursuers...

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A Carrot for the Donkey (Saxon, #3)

Les Roberts is the author of 15 mystery novels featuring Cleveland detective Milan Jacovich, as well as 9 other books of fiction. The past president of both the Private Eye Writers of America and the American Crime Writer's League, he came to mystery writing after a 24-year career in Hollywood. He was the first producer and head writer of the Hollywood Squares and wrote for the Andy Griffith Show, the Jackie Gleason Show, and the Man from...

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