As New York basks in the finest Indian summer of the century, no one notices the feral teenagers in Central Park or the new, angry class of homeless living near the river. No one connects them to the dead Englishman in the swimming pool of the city's most exclusive apartment building, or to the second-generation Russian gangsters who are buying respectability on the upper East Side. No one notices because everyone is at the party. Artie Cohen, quitting his contented new life as a low-risk private investigator, finds himself ...

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