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Jay Vincent has worked his way up from traffic cop to homicide detective on the NYPD. He's been breaking in a new, younger partner, Marty Walsh, for over a year. They work the second shift together on cases Jay could close in his sleep, until he finds himself plunged into the middle of the toughest one in his career. Stopping a serial killer that has the entire city on edg ...more
Paperback, 284 pages
Published February 15th 2007 by iUniverse
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David Carr was a journalist who wrote for The New York Times. His peers often praised him for his humility and candor.

Carr overcame an addiction to cocaine and wrote about his experiences as an addict in The Night of the Gun. The New Yorker called it "bracingly honest memoir. In sharp and sometimes poetic prose, the author takes a detailed inventory of his years of drug addiction."

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