Great MAC novel, as per usual. Massive fan of the Nathan Heller, Jack Starr and Ms. Tree series and MAC in general. Can't believe I overlooked the Eliot Ness novels for so long.
Not much I care to say about the novel other than it's exactly what Collins's fans expect from him: a fast-paced, easy-to-read, one-two punch of crime and mystery. I enjoyed getting bigger doses of Collins's version of Ness than we do (although admittedly frequently) in the Heller series.
The novel is great. The eBook, however, is terrible. Extremely-poorly assembled, with copious typos, random breaks (or lack thereof, such as two people's dialogue all being one continuous wall o'text, separated only by quotation marks, mid-way through the book) and very silly punctuation errors. Since this is an eBook of a nearly-30 year-old novel, I assume someone simply typed out the novel and never bothered to do any proof-reading.
If not for the annoying reading experience of the eBook, this would definitely be a five-star review. As it is, I gotta deduct at least one for poor presentation of a great piece of fiction.