Toby Ball’s gripping third novel, “Invisible Streets,” features not one but three interlocking investigations. Set in an unnamed city in the 1960’s, the main mystery kicks off when a large supply of demolition explosives is stolen and the three security guards on duty go missing.
The theft threatens the controversial New City Project, a plan to build highways that link the center of the city with the suburbs. The project is held together with bribes and double-dealing. The big question with the explosives is why they haven’t been re-sold back to the New City Project.
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