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The Pusher: 87th Precinct Series | [Ed McBain]

The Pusher: 87th Precinct Series

A bitterly cold night offers up a body turned blue - not frozen, but swinging from a rope in a dank basement. The dead teen seems like a clear case of suicide, but Detective Steve Carella and Lieutenant Peter Byrnes find a few facts out of place, and an autopsy confirms their suspicions. The boy hadn’t hung himself but OD’d on heroin before an unknown companion strung him up to hide the true cause of death.
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A bitterly cold night offers up a body turned blue - not frozen, but swinging from a rope in a dank basement. The dead teen seems like a clear case of suicide, but Detective Steve Carella and Lieutenant Peter Byrnes find a few facts out of place, and an autopsy confirms their suspicions. The boy hadn’t hung himself but OD’d on heroin before an unknown companion strung him up to hide the true cause of death.

The revelation dredges up enough muck to muddy the waters of what should’ve been an open-and-shut case. To find the answers to a life gone off the rails, Carella and Byrnes face a deep slog into the community of users and pushers - but a grim phone call discloses that very community already has its claws in a cop’s son. A new pusher is staking a claim right under the 87th Precinct’s noses, and it’s up to Carella and Byrnes to snag the viper before it poisons their whole lives.

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    "classic mcbain, can't put it down"
    What made the experience of listening to The Pusher the most enjoyable?

    it's the way mcbain tells the story, with his own unique voice


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    steve corella. He has a sensitivity other cops wouldn't have. For him to have a deaf girlfriend really speaks highly of his character


    Would you listen to another book narrated by Dick Hill?

    certainly not. Hill used to be an excellent reader, but the old guy is fading.


    If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

    gritty, compelling. g,


    Any additional comments?

    Dick Hill should retire gracefully. I think he must have had a stroke, he no longer speaks with ease.

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