The Blood Red Indian Summer by David Handler

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The Blood Red Indian Summer

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Series: Berger and Mitry (8th)

From : The series characters are engaging and very interesting, individually and as a couple, and the large supporting cast are well drawn and developed in this mystery. This is a fast-paced novel, but one that has a lot of depth to it as well.

Synopsis (from the publisher): Tyrone “Da Beast” Grantham, the famously volatile NFL superstar linebacker, has just been suspended for “conduct detrimental to the integrity of and public confidence in the league.” When Tyrone and his entourage decide to spend his season in exile in bucolic Dorset — much to the dismay of his early-to-bed, ultra-white neighbors — Des is put on the spot. And when Tyrone's eighteen-year-old sister-in-law, Kinitra, washes up on Mitch's beach one morning, bloodied and barely alive, Des is on the case. Especially when it turns out that Kinitra is eight weeks pregnant. Good thing there's nothing else serious going on in our heroes' lives right now. Like, say, Mitch's parents arriving from Florida at long last to meet the new woman of color in their nice Jewish boy's life.

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