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#4 in the Milan Jacovich mystery series . . . 


"Roberts is one of the best crime writers around, and The Cleveland Connection is his best effort yet. The plot has all the right ingredients—danger, suspense, intrigue, action—in all the right amounts; Milan Jacovich is the kind of guy we want on our side when the chips are down . . . Don't miss this one." — Booklist 


"Very good and very tough . . . Les Roberts has written an extremely good novel that is well worth reading by all, not just mystery lovers." — Armchair Detective 


"There's an affection for Cleveland and an insistence on its ethnic, working-class life that gives vividness to the detection. Roberts writes with sharp wit, creates action scenes that are drawn with flair, and puts emotional life into a range of people." — Washington Post 


Private investigator Milan Jacovich (it's pronounced MY-lan YOCK-ovich) is Slovenian-American, but he's familiar with the varied ethnic groups that make up the city of Cleveland. An elderly Serbian man has gone missing, and when his granddaughter suspects foul play, Milan agrees to take up the search. 


In the meantime, Milan's good friend, Plain Dealer reporter Ed Stahl, has written a column critical of the gangster element on Cleveland's Murray Hill, and is now being threatened and harassed, which brings Milan into direct conflict with a millionaire garbage hauler and an out-of-town muscle punk named Nello Trinetti. 


The Serbs and the Slovenians traditionally don't get along too well, but Milan makes inroads into Cleveland's Serbian community after a shocking murder, eventually coming face-to-face with its unofficial mayor, Lazo Samarzic, an angry and militant man who runs a produce stand in the historic old West Side Market. 


Hatreds that have simmered for fifty years eventually explode as Milan Jacovich takes on one of his most challenging cases.

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2011
September 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
296
Pages
PUBLISHER
Gray and Company, Publishers
SIZE
906.1
KB

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