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Suspects

Author: William J Caunitz
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : G.K. Hall, 1988, ©1986.
Series: G.K. Hall large print book series
Edition/Format:   Large print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Brooklyn. Early June. A man strolls into a candy store, pulls out a sawed-off shotgun, and blows away two people: owner Yetta Zimmerman and her customer, NYPD Lt. Joe Gallagher. Suddenly it is a very hot summer for Detective Lt. Tony Scanlon. For this is just the first in a series of brutal, inexplicable hits that lead Scanlon on a journey into the nightmare universe that cops and criminals cohabit... and deep into  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Mystery fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William J Caunitz
ISBN: 0816143374 9780816143375
OCLC Number: 16756958
Description: 552 pages (large print) ; 25 cm.
Series Title: G.K. Hall large print book series
Responsibility: William J. Caunitz.

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Brooklyn. Early June. A man strolls into a candy store, pulls out a sawed-off shotgun, and blows away two people: owner Yetta Zimmerman and her customer, NYPD Lt. Joe Gallagher. Suddenly it is a very hot summer for Detective Lt. Tony Scanlon. For this is just the first in a series of brutal, inexplicable hits that lead Scanlon on a journey into the nightmare universe that cops and criminals cohabit... and deep into the private tragedies of his own life... then deeper still into his other life, the job, where he uncovers a frightening hidden world riddled with suspects in blue. But it all begins with the opening double murder and a moment of shock when Scanlon opens that dead lieutenant's locker...

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