The Indian Sign

The Indian Sign

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Sleuth Milan Jacovich is going to need all of his skills to solve two different cases. The first case involves the owner of a toy factory. Who has a bad gut feeling about his new employee. It turns out that the employer is correct -- his new employee is trying to reveal that the company knows they are making tricycles that are not safe. The second case is a little more complex. When Milan leaves his apartment one morning he sees an aged Native American sitting on the park bench. Milan thinks nothing of this, but then the man is still there when Milan comes home. The next morning the bench is empty and Milan later learns that the man was murdered.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, 2000.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780312252175
Branch Call Number: FIC/Rober 6173cg 1
Characteristics: viii, 274 p.


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Vincent T Lombardo Mar 16, 2015

This was my 11th Milan Jacovich mystery. (I have been reading them in the order that they were published). It could have been a little shorter -- Milan broods a lot -- but, overall, it was just like the others, excellent. Les Roberts is a great writer who always informs and entertains and keeps me turning the pages. What more can I ask? I intend to read the rest of the books in this series.

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