Motor City Blueby Loren D. Estleman, Mel Foster (Read by)
"If I see my name in tomorrow's paper yours will be in the next edition. Bordered in black."
Marla Bernstein is a pretty, dark-haired teenager who also happens to be the ward of Ben Morningstar - a semi-retired mobster who prefers to keep family business out of the newspapers. When Marla suddenly disappears, the gang boss is forced to call in private eve/i>
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I enjoyed this book until the end, which was very weak. The idea that a union organizer would be permitted to organize the military is simply nonsense. This is the first book in the series and reflects that in attitudes and writing style. He's eased up on the metaphor in more recent work, fortunately.