[2015 Reprint] After Detective Yablonsky stumbles over the body of a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist in Central Park, he follows the murder clues into the seedy underbelly of Manhattan's elite world of the rich and famous. The victim, Skinny McPherson was a tough-hitting reporter for the alternative newspaper The Guardian and had high-powered enemies everywhere--from real-estate mogul Raymond Staples to crooked judge Dollars Dillon. But the more Detective Yablonsky investigates, the further he is mired in the hard-boiled world of corruption and murder. Ultimately he traces his quarry to the heart of the East Village, where Starbucks and drug-infested "shooting galleries" sit side-by-side. Lean, taut, and gripping at every turn, The Shooting Gallery is a return to form for one of America's premiere voices in mystery writing.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 28 g
Dimensions: 222 x 146 mm
"THE SHOOTING GALLERY is not a book for naptime reading. Trigoboff never gives you a dull moment. Hope to see it on the best-seller lists."
"[A] fast page-turner with all sorts of surprising but incisive social observations that increase the literary entertainment."
" A fast page-turner with all sorts of surprising but incisive social observations that increase the literary entertainment."