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Anti-Immigrant Bias: Sam and Mazzotti

anti-immigrant bias: Victor Bolling, the owner of a house that Sam is working on, has been bludgeoned at the work site, according to The Chronicle Herald. And Ernesto Mazzotti, a carpenter that Sam likes and respects, has been charged with the murder, bringing out the worst in their neighbours' anti-immigrant bias. Amanda, Sam's lover, has fallen critically ill. Everything gets much worse when Sam's lawyer-friend Jackie Swaitkowski agrees to represent Mazzotti and hires Sam to help with the defence. It turns out that neither Bolling nor Mazzotti are what they seemed. In Knopf's first seven Acquillo novels, Sam has taken on and bested thieves, killers, drug dealers, crooked businessmen and corrupt cops in his little corner of western Long Island, but Tango Down finds him in over his head. ( As reported in the news.