"A man is dead--a suicide--and his wife and daughter are missing in a high-profile case. Lincoln Perry and partner Joe Pritchard reluctantly investigate and are thrust into a world of Russian mobsters. The story, well paced, with great character development, is told from Perry's point of view. Scott Brick offers his usual versatile narration, lending very different voices to both partners, one younger than the other. Additional voices are unique, appropriate, and spot-on: irritated cops, powerful Russians, an elderly father-in-law, and an endearing little girl. This mystery, set in Cleveland, moves along wonderfully. It sounds like Brick had as much fun creating voices for the characters as the author did in writing this story. M.B. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"