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Ground Lions: The Mike Amato Detective Series

Kim McGill

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ISBN 10: 1434311678 / ISBN 13: 9781434311672
Published by AuthorHouse, 2007
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Title: Ground Lions: The Mike Amato Detective ...

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

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Danny Martin was just a little kid living in the old neighborhood when Mike Amato first joined the police department. Twenty years later, the little kid had grown to be a mob wannabe whose bullet-riddled body was found in a high school parking lot. With only a whispered clue from the victim's lips, homicide boss, Mike "Ace" Amato, begins a search for the killer. The search points Lt. Mike Amato in the direction of three organizations that might want to see Danny Marin dead - the FBI, the Mafia, and members of the city's police department. As the investigation moves forward, Amato is drawn back into his old neighborhood, renews a faded romance, and learns of his own family's ties with the organized crime. Ground Lions, the second in a series of Mike Amato mystery thrillers, brings the reader to the realization that most people are not who or what we assume them to be. As in life, Ground Lions teaches us that friends are not always friends and that enemies may sometimes be the allies we need.

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Lou Campanozzi was born and raised in Rochester, New York. During his 22 years with the Rochester Police Department, Lou worked undercover narcotics, commanded the homicide and robbery squad and served as District Commander on the city's west side. After retiring as Captain, the Campanozzi relocated to Albuquerque, New Mexico where Lou was Police Chief of an Indian reservation. He also taught police training programs with BowMac Educational Services. Despite Lou's untimely death, his family takes great pride as they continue to share Lou's gift of story telling.

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