The Cleveland Creep

The Cleveland Creep

Book - 2011
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#15 in the Milan Jacovich mystery series . . .

A simple missing-person case gets complicated when Milan Jacovich (pronounced MY-lan YOCK-ovich) discovers that 28-year-old Earl Dacey left behind a strange collection of voyeuristic videos in his mothers West Side Cleveland house. Was Earl just a pervert shadowing Catholic schoolgirls in Northeast Ohio shopping malls with his hidden camera . . . or had he become entangled with unsavory characters in the local adult film business?

When Milan uncovers a possible link to organized crime, the FBI gets interested--and Milans "well connected" friend Victor Gaimari gets angry. After a dead body turns up, the Cleveland Police take over, and Milan figures hes off the case. So why does crusty Lieutenant McHargue ask him to lend a hand?

Still feeling the effects of a recent concussion and well aware of his aging body, Milan takes the advice of a colleague and hires an assistant. Kevin OBannion is young and eager to learn the P.I. business. An Army veteran with combat experience and a juvenile-crime record, he definitely wont shy away from a fight. But will he be able to control his volatile temper and help get the job done? Milan finds out soon enough--with his own life on the line.

Publisher: Cleveland : Gray & Co., 2011.
ISBN: 9781598510713
Branch Call Number: ROBER
Characteristics: 253 p. ; 23 cm.


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Vincent T Lombardo Oct 25, 2015

This was the fifteenth Milan Jacovich mystery that I read and the fifteenth in the series. (I have been reading them in the order that they were published). This book was just like most of the other books -- excellent. The ones that were not excellent were still very good. Sometimes Roberts' writing is a bit clunky, and Milan can be sanctimonious, but, overall, Les Roberts is a great writer who always informs and entertains and keeps me turning the pages. What more can I ask? I still intend to read the rest of the books in this series.

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