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The Lake Effect (Milan Jacovich #5)

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Paperback, 282 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Gray & Company, Publishers (first published November 15th 1994)
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Stacy
Private investigator, Milan Jacovich owes the mob family in Cleveland a favor and they are ready to collect. They assign Milan to protect and help a candidate for mayor in an upscale Cleveland suburb. Barbara Corns is a terrible candidate and with a week before the election Milan knows there isn’t much he can do but stay close and put in his time. The other candidate and current mayor of the city is slick and he has plans for a casino on Lake Erie that would benefit the city. Things are pretty t ...more
Ian
In my opinion, the fifth book in the Milan Jacovich series was the best one to that point. Roberts delivers the quality detective novel that readers have come to expect, but by now he does so with a main character that he has taken great pains to really come to life in earlier books and with a cast of recurring supporting characters who have really begun to come to life in their own right.

The story itself has a little bit of everything: local politics, election-season gamesmanship, the "morality
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R.L. Anderson
I enjoyed this story, especially since it takes place generally right around my hometown in northeast Ohio. Very familiar scenery in this one! I was also pleased with my own mystery solving skills, as I was able to pick out the murderer right away. It helped spark my interest in mysteries and inspired me to try my hand as a mystery writer myself. I would recommend it very highly; however my one criticism of Les Roberts is that he tends to spice his writing with liberal doses of adult language an ...more
Joseph Britton
Very enjoyable read with lots of familiar Cleveland landmarks to keep it interesting. Nice surprise ending.
Kimberly
I will not be reading any other books in the series.
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Les Roberts is the author of 15 mystery novels featuring Cleveland detective Milan Jacovich, as well as 9 other books of fiction. The past president of both the Private Eye Writers of America and the American Crime Writer's League, he came to mystery writing after a 24-year career in Hollywood. He was the first producer and head writer of the Hollywood Squares and wrote for the Andy Griffith Show, ...more
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