Sinners' Ball by Ira Berkowitz
A Jackson Steeg Novel (Jackson Steeg Mysteries)

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Private investigator Jackson Steeg has a new client—his mobster brother, Dave, who’s in deep trouble after a suspicious fire in one of his warehouses leaves half a dozen charred corpses in its wake.

Steeg might not approve of his brother’s ways, but blood is blood, so he doggedly chases the truth, even when the trail leads him to a diabolical serial killer haunting the grimy streets of Hell’s Kitchen—and to the realization that the answers to all of his ugliest questions lie far too close to home.

Propelled by Ira Berkowitz’s lean, lyrical prose, Sinners’ Ball is another hard-hitting journey into a dark world of old-school gangsters, murky morality, and inherited sin that lies hidden beneath New York City’s antiseptic modern façade.

Shamus Award Winner

From the Trade Paperback edition.

About Ira Berkowitz

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Berkowitz is an advertising executive with over 25 years of experience in the industry.
Published November 23, 2009 by Crown. 271 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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