In the thrilling sequel to One for Our Baby, the Chicago mob is looking for Al Capone's lost treasure--and former ace fighter pilot Joe Buonomo holds the key to finding it.
When Joe Buonomo returned from World War II, he chose to settle in California rather than go back home to Chicago--and he didn't plan on revisiting his old stomping grounds any time soon. But when Frank Sinatra asks you to fly him to the Windy City for a gig, you don't refuse. And so, reluctantly, Joe finds himself strolling down memory lane and rekindling relationships with his estranged family. But where Joe goes, trouble tends to follow.
Rumor has it that a man named Butch O'Hare was in charge of hiding Al Capone's fortune, but Butch is long dead, and warring mob bosses seem to believe his old war buddy Joe knows more than he's letting on. Joe is forced to join the ridiculous quest to find the gold, but the more the search of Chicago's seedy underground drags on, the more Joe thinks the treasure might not be a myth after all--and he may be the only one who can uncover the truth.
For fans of historical fiction, action, and noir, My Kind of Town is a hardboiled crime thriller that captures the beat of Chicago in the sixties, complete with gangsters, hot dogs, and bocce.