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The Glass Highway
     

The Glass Highway

by Loren D. Estleman, Mel Foster (Read by)
 

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A newscaster’s son disappears, and Amos Walker dives into the depths of Detroit to rescue the boy

On screen, Sandy Broderick is everything a newscaster is supposed to be. He has a deep voice, a 10,000-watt smile, and the God-given ability to banter with weathermen until his ears fall off. But when the cameras turn off, he has a private problem:

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A newscaster’s son disappears, and Amos Walker dives into the depths of Detroit to rescue the boy

On screen, Sandy Broderick is everything a newscaster is supposed to be. He has a deep voice, a 10,000-watt smile, and the God-given ability to banter with weathermen until his ears fall off. But when the cameras turn off, he has a private problem: His 20-year old son, Bud, has disappeared. Amos Walker is going to find him. The boy and his junkie girlfriend are both gone, and Broderick is terrified - not for his son, but for his career. The station is about to do an exposé on drugs in Detroit, and the newscaster doesn’t want his boy’s addict girlfriend to get in the way of his Pulitzer. This new client may be sleazy, but Walker handles scum for a living, and it’s time to go to work.

Editorial Reviews

Newsday
Amos Walker is dauntless, incorruptible, and underpaid, which is just what a private eye should be.
Forbes
Estelman's intriguing, frequently malignant or low-life characters are richly drawn, truly three-dimensional. Mystery aficionados compare his prose to Ross Macdonald's and Raymond Chandler's. As a Macdonald fan, I can testify this writer does that master one better.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781536608434
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio
Publication date:
09/27/2016
Series:
Amos Walker Series , #4
Edition description:
Unabridged
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Winner of three Shamus Awards for his Amos Walker novels, four Golden Spur Awards for Western fiction, three Western Heritage Awards, and many other awards for his other fiction, Loren D. Estleman has also been nominated for the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Poison Blonde (2003) was his fifty-first novel. He and his wife, author Deborah Morgan, live outside Detroit, Michigan.

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