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The Two Chinatowns (Detective Cisco Sanchez #1)

3.54 of 5 stars 3.54  ·  rating details  ·  50 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Caught in the grip of ruthless Asian gangs, the Chinatowns of New York City and Toronto are the North American headquarters for a worldwide criminal network specializing in extortion, drugs, immigrant smuggling, and murder.

Detective Cisco Sanchez personifies the city he protects. Brash and cocky, he's also one of the best investigators in an elite division of the NYPD. But
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Paperback, 432 pages
Published July 14th 2002 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published 2001)
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Dan Mahoney- The Two Chinatowns (St. Martin’s Press 2002) 3.75 Stars

The Triads are moving into Toronto and have already established themselves in New York City. Now Detective Cisco Sanchez is in Toronto and his fiancé has just been murdered while they were out for supper. The killers were gathering extortion money for the Triads and Cisco takes exception to there freedom after the murder. It has become his mission, and the joint forces mission of the Toronto PD, New York PD, and the FBI to take
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Cindy
Okay, I still look forward to reading about Det. Brian McKenna, but, Mr. Mahoney, please kill off his partner, Cisco Sanchez. These are otherwise great police procedurals, but I cannot read about Cisco, the world's greatest detective, anymore.
Hrn1947
Cisco book. Good stoey and interesting stuff on Asian triads and tongs.
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