Burning Midnight

Amos Walker Novels (Volume 22)

Loren Estleman; Read by Peter Larkin

Macmillan Audio

Download Image Loren Estleman; Read by Peter Larkin Burning Midnight

Available Formats

BookAudio BookeBook

In Burning Midnight, master of the hard-boiled detective novel Loren D. Estleman gives listeners a hot new Amos Walker mystery.Amos Walker knows Detroit, from the highest to the lowest, and that includes the gangs of Mexicantown. When a friend asks Walker to get his son’s brother-in-law out of one of two feuding gangs, Walker gets in trouble fast. First, dead bodies start to pile up; then come suspicious fires and the bottle bombs. Walker is caught in the middle of a gang war.

 
Whether or not a middle-aged gringo like him can cool things off between the Maldados and the Zapatistas, he’s got to try; he did promise his friend. Once he gets involved, he realizes there's something else going on; the specter of an international conspiracy threatens to make this local trouble blow sky-high. And if he ends up dead or in jail for murders he didn’t commit, he might have to put that promise on hold. It’s tough being Amos Walker.

Connect with the Author

Macmillan Newsletter


Sign up to receive information about new books, author events, and special offers.

Sign up now

Book Excerpts

Read an Excerpt

ONE
 
 
I had a mouse in the office, a cute little seal-colored rodent with black shiny eyes like licorice drops and whiskers longer on one side than the other, so that when he worked his nose he looked like Uncle Vanya. He lived in the wall, in a hole in the baseboard, one of those Gothic arches you see in cartoons; inside he would sleep in a bed made out of a sardine can. I called him Wally. Next time he stuck out his head I was going to brain him with the stapler.
It would be the acme of my week. It was March, a muddy one with the remains of a February blizzard going like

Read the full excerpt

Back

Reviews

Praise for Burning Midnight

Praise for Infernal Angels:

“Shamus Award–winner Estleman demonstrates that the art of inserting a Philip Marlowe–esque hero into modern times is alive and well in his twenty-first novel featuring Detroit PI Amos Walker…. Estleman presents a powerful view of the battered inner city. Three decades on, Estleman and Walker show no signs of slowing down.”—Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

“Estleman has piled up enough literary awards to add a wing to his home. Read this classic yet modern example of the hard-boiled detective novel and you’ll begin to understand why.”—Booklist

And for The Left-Handed Dollar:

“Estleman’s latest intricate and wholly enjoyable yarn is peppered with mob lore, Detroit history, and the ever-present one-liners. It’s sure to please fans of urban mysteries as well as classic detective genre devotees. Strongly recommended.”—Library Journal

“Amos Walker, the throwback private eye who operates out of Detroit in Loren D. Estleman’s hard-boiled mysteries, is a lot like the old Cutlass he drives. The guy may look beat up, but under the hood he’s a clean machine.”—The New York Times Book Review


Reviews from Goodreads

Back

About the Author

Loren Estleman; Read by Peter Larkin

Loren D. Estleman is author of more than sixty novels, including twenty-two featuring Amos Walker. Winner of four Shamus Awards, five Spur Awards and three Western Heritage Awards, he lives in Michigan with his wife, author Deborah Morgan.

Loren D. Estleman
Peter Larkin

Deborah Morgan
Loren D. Estleman

Official Sites

Back

Community

 

Latest on Facebook

Latest on Twitter

Back

Buy the Book

Available Formats and Book Details

Burning Midnight
Loren Estleman; Read by Peter Larkin

Unabridged Digital Audio

Unabridged  Digital Audio
Macmillan Audio
July 2012
Unabridged Digital Audio
ISBN: 9781427229922
ISBN10: 1427229929
Audio Run Time: 7:15
$14.99

Hardcover

Hardcover
Tom Doherty Associates
Forge Books
June 2012
Hardcover
ISBN: 9780765331205
ISBN10: 0765331209
5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, 288 pages
$24.99

e-Book Agency

e-Book Agency
Tom Doherty Associates
Forge Books
June 2012
e-Book Agency
ISBN: 9781429948647
ISBN10: 1429948647
288 pages
$11.99
Back

From The Publisher

Macmillan Audio

Latest on Facebook

Latest on Twitter

Back