Detective Steve Carella is just showing up for the graveyard shift when news of the kidnapping comes in. Working disjointedly with a Joint Task Force that calls itself "The Squad," Carella and the men and women of the Eight-Seven must find Tamar before time, or indeed her very life, runs out.
In this brilliant look at the music industry, Ed McBain once again combines his mastery of form with the fast-paced dialogue and intricate plotting that have become his signature.
Don't miss any of Ed McBain's 87th Precinct novels.
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"McBain remains as fresh and sharp-edged as ever in his 53rd 87th Precinct novel." (Publishers Weekly)
"McLarty is one of those rare actors who can truly inhabit a voice and a character, which makes for real listening pleasure." (AudioFile)
Reading any of McBain's 87th precinct books is like having an old friend over for dinner, and this is no exception. I'm not sure this book is up to par with "Ice" or some other earlier books, but I enjoyed it.
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