From the rear cover: "When the Akron, Ohio, police walked into the brick mansion in a fashionable suburb, they found a nearly nude man's body lying facedown in a pool of blood. His mouth was stuffed with cotton and a sofa cushion with a single bullet hole in it covered his head and shoulders.
In this chilling account, crime reporter Dan E. Moldea creates a portrait of Dean Milo, a ruthless businessman-a real-life J.R. Ewing-who had given dozens of people reasons to want him dead. With cold precision and hard facts, Moldea follows a tough private detective and a team of smart homicide cops down a bloody trail from a voluptuous go-go dancer and a hitman called 'the Kid,' right to the doorstep of Milo's own family...in an edge-of-the-seat portrayal of one of the most gripping murders of our time."
Someone fatally shot millionaire C.R. "Dean" Milo in a murder laced with cold-blooded hate. In this chilling real-life account, crime reporter Moldea looks at the evidence and creates a portrait of a ruthless businessman--a living J.R. Ewing--who had given dozens a motive to kill him.
This was a very interesting story. Well written.Kept my interest to the very end.