An Amos Walker NovelAmos Walker Novels (Volume 16)
Loren D. Estleman
A gripping new novel in the three-time Shamus Award-winning Amos Walker series.
The New York Times calls Amos Walker a "streetwise indestructible tiger with an ethical code that keeps him with the good guys." In a sharp new thriller, Detroit's most savvy private eye is up to his neck in international drug-smuggling, hit squads, double-identities, music-industry gangsters, and a client who's nothing but trouble.
Gilia Cristobal is a singer with a complicated past. Her name isn't really Gilia. In her country she's wanted for a murder she didn't commit, and she needs Walker to find a missing woman whose name she's using, whom she's been paying monthly so she can stay in the U.S.
But when the decomposing body of the real Gilia Cristobal is found next door to her mother's house, what was merely an odd case becomes downright nasty. And when an undercover death squad from the singer's home country is spotted, the Feds think they're planning an assassination. But Walker isn't so sure. His client is involved in a lot more than just music, and all of it's deadly.
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The last line of security was a big Basque built like a coke oven. He wore a familiar face behind picador sideburns and a dozen-odd rivets in his eyebrows, nose, and the deep dimple above his lip. In another Detroit, under...
Praise for Poison Blonde
“Wordsmith par excellence, Estleman has Amos deliver passionate laments for his city that add a melancholy counterpoint.” —Publishers Weekly
“Estleman is a true master of the private-eye genre.... Fans of the hard-boiled mystery need look no further than the Amos Walker series.” —RT Book Reviews
“Walker is a classic hard-boiled private eye.” —Booklist
“Spellbinding adventure.” —Library Journal