America's greatest crime writer
) is back with his first Detroit homicide novel in more than twenty years.
Roommates Kelly and Chloe ore enjoying their lives and their downtown Detroit loft just fine. Kelly is a Victoria's Secret catalog model. Chloe is an escort, until she decides to ditch her varied clientele in favor of a steady gig as girlfriend to eighty-four-year-old retired lawyer Tony Paradiso, a. k. a.
Evenings at Mr. Paradise's house, there's always an old Michigan football game on TV. And when Chloe's around, there's a cheerleader, too, complete with pleated skirt and blue-and-gold pompoms. One night Chloe convinces Kelly to join in the fun, along with Montez Taylor, Tony's smooth-talking right-hand man.
But things go awry and before the end of the evening there will be two corpses, two angry hit men, one switch of identity, a safe-deposit box full of loot up for grabs, and, fast on the scene, detective Frank Delsa, who now has another double homicide—and this one with a beautiful, willful witness—to add to his already heavy caseload.
With a cool cast, snappy dialogue, and all the twists and turns fans crave,
at home in Detroit and sharper than ever.
has written more than three dozen books during his highly successful writing career, including the bestsellers
Tishomingo Blues, Be Cool, Get Shorty
, and his most recent critically acclaimed collection of short stories,
When the Women Come Out to Dance
. Many of his books have been made into movies, including
Get Shorty, Out of Sight
. He is the recipient of the
Grand Master Award of the Mystery Writers of America
. He lives with his wife, Christine, in Bloomfield Village, Michigan.
has appeared in a wide spectrum of roles in television, theater, and film over the past four decades. He received an Academy Award nomination for his portrayal of Max Cherry in
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