32 Cadillacs by Joe Gores

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32 Cadillacs is the fourth novel in Joe Gores' delightful series about the San Francisco private eye firm Dan Kearny Associates. This time the squadmust recover 32 cadillacs stolen from their largest client by Gypsies to be a casket for their dying king. The result is a fast, furious, funny, nonstop action tale with esoteric Gypsy lore and hard-edged investigation.

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Joe Gores lives in Marin County, California.
Published December 1, 1992 by Mysterious Press. 356 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Hours after gypsy king Staley Zlachi tumbles down an escalator in a Steubenville, Iowa, department store, word goes out that the dying king is prepared to anoint his successor--and the two leading candidates, Rudolph Marino and Madame Miseria (also known as Yana), both decide to ingratiate themse...

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A versatile crime writer and winner of Edgars in three categories (short story, novel and TV screenplay), Gores deserves a big breakthrough novel, and this might well be it.

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