|13 Million Dollar Pop (2011) [Novel]|
by David Levien
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(From the publisher):
Frank Behr is on an executive protection detail for Bernard "Bennie Cool" Kolodnik, a hard-driving real estate mogel on the verge of making a move into big-time Indiana polotics, when it all goes wrong in a chaotic burst of automatic weapons fire.
Behr had been working for the Caro Group, an exclusive "white-shoe" private investigation and security firm, and finds it an uncomfortable fit, both literally and philopsohically. But with his girlfriend, Susan, pregnant and near her due date, Behr has had to put his private detective lifestyle on hold in order to make a salary.
Now with his white-collar stability rocked by the attempt on the prominent clinet's life, Behr can't help but investigate what happened-and question why the Indianapolis Police Department seems to be burying the incident. Navigating a labyrinthe landscape of hardened former feds, crooked real estate developers, casino magnates, and power seekers feeding on the edge of a dangerous political scheme, Behr goes head-to-head with a cold-blooded assassin who is more terrifying than anything ever seen in Indianapolis.
Original title: 13 Million Dollar Pop
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense