King of the Corner by Loren D. Estleman

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King of the Corner

'“As in the earlier Detroit books, the climax here is violent, the denouement cynical. Estleman, who also writes the Amos Walker mysteries, knows and somehow still loves Detroit, not unlike its other bard, Elmore Leonard.” —Publishers Weekly “Satisfying . . . [with] a likable lead, nice baseball metaphors, and a boldly chilling portrait of Coleman A. Young as a devil incarnate.” —Kirkus Reviews  “As a writer, Mr. Estleman plays in the majors.” —The New York Times Book Review'
'“As in the earlier Detroit books, the climax here is violent, the denouement cynical. Estleman, who also writes the Amos Walker mysteries, knows and somehow still loves Detroit, not unlike its other bard, Elmore Leonard.” —Publishers Weekly “Satisfying . . . [with] a likable lead, nice baseball metaphors, and a boldly chilling portrait of Coleman A. Young as a devil incarnate.” —Kirkus Reviews  “As a writer, Mr. Estleman plays in the majors.” —The New York Times Book Review'
Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller ISBN: 9781453248584 Pages: 294