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Doubleday, 1981 - Mystery fiction - 324 pages
RPM Record is cold in the marketplace; colder still is the label's mainstay, Lisa Wilde, dead after a sinister Mercedes nudges her car into a ravine. Her sometime lover, and RPM copywriter, saw it. But nobody wants to hear his version -- not the coroner's office, and especially not his boss, RPM prexy Marty Karp, who plans to unload his failing company to a vast German cartel and doesn't want anything to spoil the deal. Motta goes underground to investigate...

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TONY COHAN's eight books include the bestselling travel memoir "On Mexican Time". He has also written for national newspapers including "The New York Times" and "The Washington Post". Before becoming a writer he was a professional drummer. His lyrics can be heard on albums by Chick Corea and others.

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