When a beautiful woman hires CJ Floyd to look into the death of her famed DJ father, CJ soon discovers that the death of "Daddy Doo-Wop" is part of a bigger story, one that reaches back to Chicago in the fifties when the Mob called the tune. From payola to paychecks, from the dirtiest of deals to some old tapes that still might be worth gold, CJ stumbles into a world where a great melody can lead to a deadly refrain, and where someone has a murderous hit parade of his own.
About the Author
ROBERT J. GREER is an executive vice president and manager of real return products at PIMCO. Regarded as the first person to define an investable commodity index, he is considered a pioneer for his work with commodity indexes as an asset class.
NIC JOHNSON, a former "rocket scientist" from NASA, is an executive vice president and commodity portfolio manager at PIMCO.
MIHIR P. WORAH has a PhD in theoretical physics and is a managing director at PIMCO, where he leads the real return business.
Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and the New York Times bestselling author of sixteen novels, including Kill Me and Dry Ice. He lives in Colorado.
"An intriguing, tightly plotted murder mystery."
"A fast ride and a music lover's dream."
- Seattle Times
"A compelling character who will win a reader's loyalty."
- Houston Chronicle
"Perhaps the greatest gift a writer can give to readers is a truly original character, one who breaks the molds formed by other writers. Such a character is ... CJ Floyd."
- Denver Post
"Greer writes highly readable, beautifully constructed narratives that speak of the American West."
- Washington Times
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- Library Journal
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- Mostly Murder