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Number One Bestseller

Author : Brian Morley
ISBN : 9780982998731
Genre : Fiction
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An ordinary day. A conversation is overheard at New York's F.B.I. headquarters. A decision to act is made. Now, no more ordinary days. Mix one murder after another, some taken-down drug lords, a fixed NFL game, an overthrown mobster; combine with the emotional baggage of a war never won and a frustrated writer-cop; add more than a pinch of romance, romance betrayed and romance rekindled and you have a NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER. It's NYPD Homicide Detective First Grade James "Mack" McConville and friends' last chance to grab the brass ring. And grab they do...
Category: Fiction
Number One Bestseller
Language: en
Pages: 320
Authors: Brian Morley
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-02-06 - Publisher: Savant Books and Publications

An ordinary day. A conversation is overheard at New York's F.B.I. headquarters. A decision to act is made. Now, no more ordinary days. Mix one murder after another, some taken-down drug lords, a fixed NFL game, an overthrown mobster; combine with the emotional baggage of a war never won and
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-05-17 - Publisher: Hachette UK

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