|Indian Sign (2000) [Novel]|
by Les Roberts
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Series: Milan Jacovich
A security leak at a toy company and a kidnapped Native American child from Michigan's Upper Peninsula lead Milan Jacovich into different worlds. The first case opens up a corporate sewer that forces the seasoned P.I. to test his ethics as never before. But the second he takes without pay. The case of the infant stolen from the poverty-stricken Odawa tribe family tears at his Slovenian heart. And he can't shake the memory of the ancient Odawa man sitting on a bench opposite his window, coated with a ghostly snowfall from early morning through the night...
When the man is found murdered and floating in the Cuyahoga River, Jacovich goes into gear. Fighting the brutal, bitter February winds, he uncovers a corporate swindle laced with pure revenge- and a deepening ring of evil that needs the best he's got to find a missing baby. But the only thing he hasn't got is time.
Original title: Indian Sign
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives→ General