Even a seasoned lover of Detroit is likely to uncover surprising information, and even new destinations worthy of exploration, after reading Secret: Detroit: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure. Afterall, the city has more than three hundred years of history. There’s the Michigan Theatre, the ornate movie house turned parking garage with a grand stage looming over its cars. Picturesque Alfred Brush Ford Park once stored nuclear missiles among its playgrounds and fishing spots. Then there are incredible landmarks like Detroit’s massive salt mines and a monument to urban graffiti known as the Dequindre Cut. How about a Quonset hut community with a yoga studio and AirBnB? There is so much to discover about the city that put America on wheels, and this veritable cornucopia of trivia and travel, will delight the fans who love it most.