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One Clean Shot (The Rookie Club #2)

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Fifteen years ago, Hailey Wyatt was a member of the Rookie Club, a tight-knit band of female cops struggling for respect from their male peers.

Now, a seasoned Homicide Inspector and a new widow, Hailey is forced to reopen a case involving two of San Francisco's most powerful residents.

Since her husband's death, Hailey has relied heavily upon her in-laws for help. But when
Published September 1st 2012 by Epublishing Works!
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What a disappointment. Considering I loved the first book in the Rookie Club series, "Dead Center," I was hoping that the second one would be just as good (or at least close). I don't know why this novel is part of the Rookie Club series as the protagonist, Hailey Wyatt, never attended the monthly meeting. In fact, where the first book had multiple female players, this one only revolved around Hailey and her partner, Hal. Where the hell was Jamie? MacKenzie? They weren't even mentioned once. Als ...more
jackie frye
An action packed book and I liked it. However, it seemed like she just stopped writing before finishing the story. I know this is part of a series but there were several unanswered questions remaining that needed to be addresses like : What is Hal going to do about his crazed ex-wife and what was the outcome of Hailey meeting with the DA.
Donald R Coscia
Haley and. Jamie and Hal

Well written. You will enjoy the drama and the plot. The surprise endings will have you second guessing yourself. I read the first two books and totally enjoyed them.
Marianne Boyer
Excellent book!

This book was as good as the first. The author kept me wanting to keep reading to see what happened next. Cannot wait to read Book 3 in the series.
Nook book. Good book. Had half of it figured out from the beginning. Biggest downside was there's too many characters to keep track of... It got a little confusing
Exciting story, but a bit confusing at the end.
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Almost two decades ago, Danielle decided she wanted to try to write a book. She set out to write something sweet, maybe even romantic, but on page 5, someone got shot and it's been that way ever since.

The Barry-award winning author lives with her husband, who is careful never to lurk in dark corners, and their two children. They split their time between San Francisco and the northern Rockies.

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Other Books in the Series

The Rookie Club (5 books)
  • Dead Center (The Rookie Club #1)
  • Dark Passage (The Rookie Club #3)
  • Interference (the Rookie Club, #4)
  • Everything to Lose (The Rookie Club, #5)
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