Wednesday, July 25, 2012

The Dutch (Milan Jacovich) by Les Roberts

I'm catching up with the Milan Jacovich series and these little gems never dissapoint. In this one Milan is hired to find out why an unattractive young woman killed herself. When he finds out she might have been killed he gets involved in the world of internetporn and faces a sadistic killer.
As always Milan's old-fashioned take on the changing world around him is a joy to read. Always tough-but-tender we also see how much he loves his son and what a decent kind of guy he is.
Just a well-put together traditional private eye story in  a modern setting. The sort of stuff Les Robert excels at. If you love early Spenser, you will love this as well.

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