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Flesh and Blood

4.22 of 5 stars 4.22  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  1 review
Lt. Ben Tolliver is tapped to head an investigation into the death of former U.S. Senator Clayton Cunningham, III. The high powers of the NYPD want a quick and quiet resolution, but as Tolliver's inquiry begins to uncover disturbing information about the Senator's family, his witnesses begin to be murdered. Martin's Press.
Paperback, 408 pages
Published April 7th 1996 by St. Martin's Press (first published April 1st 1996)
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The good parts of this book deserve 5 stars, it has an unexpected twist which is always fun in a whodunit and best of all-it has a HAPPY ENDING! However, it also had 2 and 3 pages of lengthy descriptions at times and the lead female made a sappy comment along the lines of, "Will you still respect me in the morning?" which knocks the rating down to only 3 stars.
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James Neal Harvey spent fifteen years in the advertising business before selling his company and devoting himself to writing.

He made his hardcover debut in 1990 with By Reason of Insanity, which introduced NYPD detective Ben Tolliver.

Harvey followed Tolliver through four more novels, including Painted Ladies, Mental Case, and the concluding thriller, Dead Game.

In 2011, Harvey published the nonfi...more
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