361 by Donald E. Westlake

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Ray Kelly, his first day out of the Service, loses his eye -- and his father- in a meaningless shooting. Determined on vengeance, he is implacable in finding the killers and learns, to his bewilderment, that scandal in his family, the tie-in with a New York crime syndicate and its ex-head just released from prison, and his own importance in a reorganization, become part of his program. Unpleasant but convincing.

Publisher: Random House