Infernal Angels

Infernal Angels

An Amos Walker Novel

Book - 2011
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Motor City private investigator Amos Walker is asked to recover a bunch of HDTV converter boxes stolen from a shopkeeper who also deals in vintage televisions. Walker knows where to find people who fence hot merchandise. But when he stumbles onto the dead body of a suspect, he begins to think that something other than cheap converter boxes has been stolen. When he gets a late-night visit from an old friend, Deputy Marshal Ann Thaler, and learns his latest client is now dead, his suspicions grow. Honor-bound to figure out who killed these people and why, he eventually learns the converter boxes were being used to smuggle high-grade heroin. The trail to the missing dope might lead him to the killer--it also might put him on the killer's list of victims.
Publisher: New York : Forge, ©2011
ISBN: 9780765319555
Branch Call Number: ESTLEMA
Characteristics: 270 p. ; 22 cm


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Apr 15, 2016

Published in 2011, "Infernal Angels" is the 21st novel in the Amos Walker hardboiled private eye series. The plot was built around two ideas. The first idea was the U.S. federal government mandating that television broadcast signals had to be digital. Viewers with analog television sets had to buy electronic boxes that converted the digital broadcast signals to analog signals. The second idea was the metal salvagers who stripped copper piping and wiring from abandoned buildings in Detroit.

Unfortunately, the plot doesn't flow. IMHO, I would rate "Infernal Angels" at only 3.50 stars.

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