At the center of this war is one of the most lethal adversaries he's ever encountered: Stacy Maluga, a trashy, beautiful, Lady Macbeth-like white woman raised in Compton, married to a multi-millionaire rap mogul and known in the gangsta hip-hop world as the White Sister. Shane is no stranger to big trouble, but this time he's met his match in a powerful and media-savvy enemy who could put him in jail, order a hit on him, or utterly destroy his reputation. Worse, Shane fears that his wife may be dead and that the White Sister is behind it.
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©2006 Stephen J. Cannell; (P)2006 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers, LLC
I've enjoyed all of Stephen Cannell's Shane Scully books, both in print and in audio formats, and this is my favorite to date, for several reasons. As always the story unfolds at a pace that kept me glued to the headphones; Cannell is at the top of his form with his ability to bring diverse and interesting characters to life; and, Scully is put in a very compromised position and looks at the criminal justice system from the underside. The story maintains a balance of suspense and unfolding detail, and weaves a complex plot to a satisfying conclusion.
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