The Devil's Red Nickel



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They called him Daddy Doo-Wop: the one-time Chicago disc jockey who spun the vinyl that made a young CJ Floyd's heart soar all the way out in Denver. Now Daddy Doo-Wop has died on CJ's home turf, and the dead man's beautiful daughter wants CJ to find out why. For a Denver bail bondsman who still has the doo-wop sound running through his veins, it's a journey through the darkest side of the record business--the part that's about money, power, and betrayal. Untangling the knot of lives around Daddy Doo-Wop leads CJ across the parched Colorado plains in his smooth-riding '57 Bel Air: bound for the truth about a man he never met, a melody that lingers on, and a killer dancing to a drummer all his own . .
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