Family Business by Michael Z. Lewin
A Novel of Detection

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A family of British detectives has its hands full with an insistent woman informing them of her husband's suspicious acts, a persistent surveillance equipment salesman, a stranger claiming to be part of the family business, and a vicious murder. IP.
 

About Michael Z. Lewin

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Author Michael Z. Lewin was born in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1942. He studied chemistry and physics at Harvard University and taught high school science for three years before becoming a full-time writer in 1969. He is the author of the Albert Samson series and the Leroy Powder series. He currently lives in Bath, England.
 
Published January 1, 1995 by Foul Play Press Books, VT. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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Once a year, the city of Bath celebrates Nation Day, and Angelo Lunghi’s neighborhood declares its independence as The Republic of Walcot.

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—Have a biscuit——the eternal Lunghi family greeting—and listen to the latest adventures of Bath’s most intimate detective agency (Family Business, 1995).

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The author who put Indianapolis on the private-eye map (Underdog, 1993, etc.) turns his attention to the Lunghis--Angelo and his wife Gina, their children Marie and David, Angelo's sister Rosetta, his part-time brother Salvatore, and of course Mama and the Old Man--all members of Bath's only fami...

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True, son Angelo and his wife, Gina, are looking into the case of a woman who's being threatened by numerical messages on her pager, and the Old Man--the founder of the agency and the shrewd businessman who put together the small real-estate empire that keeps the family solvent--has been asked to...

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