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The Truth Can Get You Killed (Paul Turner #4)

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The last thing that Chicago Police Detective Paul Turner wants to do on New Year's Day is investigate a murder. But when the body is that of a conservative, homophobic judge and it is found outside a popular gay nightclub, the task takes on a new urgency for him. Now Turner must unravel the threads connecting the unlikely victim to his unsuspected murder scene-and look for
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Published May 15th 1998 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published 1997)
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This is the fourth book in the Paul Turner mysteries and the one that left a lump in my throat. Detectives Turner & Fenwick or investigating the murder of homophobic judge Meade whose body was found outside in a dumpster behind a well known gay night club on New Year's Day. Judge Meade has controversial decisions regarding anti-gay legislation, could this be the reason behind his killing. Paul with the help of best friend Ian who works for a highly regarded gay publication is able to talk to ...more
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