Tom Davin's business is a bit unusual-he finds stolen art and sells it back to its owners for a good penny-until he uncovers a devious plot and finds himself on the run from a vicious Russian assassin Tom Davin is a Brooklyn insurance investigator in a jam. He arranged an art theft to cover a debt-only somebody swiped the paintings from his crew. Now the insurance company wants him to investigate his own art theft; the local bookie wants his money; his crew in the neighborhood is targeted by a sniper; both the mob and the cops think he's the shooter; and his girlfriend split and stuck him with four cats that are redecorating his apartment. Six-foot-six Tommy nimbly navigates his troubles and Brooklyn with the help of tantric yoga, his father's aphorisms, and a comely masseuse. But the question remains: do good things happen to good people? The answer lurks in a fiery Brooklyn scrap yard.
by Brian M. Wiprud
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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by Charles M. Sheldon
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