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Night And Day by Robert B. Parker
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Dec 29, 2009

really liked it
Read in December, 2009

Chief Jesse Stone of Paradise and his police force are working on three cases.

The most important is that of a peeping tom who bills himself as The Night Hawk. He escalates into entering the house and forcing the woman, at gun point, to disrobe and then takes pictures. He threatens them, but never touches the victims. He sends a pictur and letter to Jesse each time. Jesse is worried that he might move to more violent confrontations.

The second case is the school principal who raises a number of young teenage girls' skirts to check their underwear, sending some home to change into more appropriate attire. Her husband is an important attorney and wants it buried, bringing pressure on Jesse. All she can be charged with is invasion of privacy.

The third is a thirteen year old girl who comes to Jesse for help. Her parents are involved in a wife swapping club and it bothers her and her eight year old brother. It's not illegal and Jesse has to figure out how to help the girl.

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