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From William J. Caunitz, the New York Times best-selling author of Chains of Command and Pigtown, comes a gripping tale of lawbreakers and law benders in the Big Apple. A madman is loose in New York, leaving a trail of slain women in his wake. With each new victim, the appetite of the media grows, until a full-fledged feeding frenzy is underway. Even more treacherous, a tragedy from the killer’s past has him bent on revenge against the entire city police force. Enter Detective John Vinda--one cop who doesn’t mind bending the rules a little bit to bring the vicious murderer to justice. With more than 20 years of experience as a detective for the NYPD, Caunitz brings an unmatched level of realism to his hardboiled books. Narrator George Guidall enhances the gritty tale with a thrilling reading that transports you to the mean streets of the city that never sleeps.

©1991 William J. Caunitz (P)2001 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Clive Byerley
  • 02-25-16

Fine Narration and Fast Pace.

George Guidall isTHE master of narration; each character is brought to life with amazing vocal skill and deft characterisation. There are sufficient plot twists to keep the listener engaged in this police procedural. For me though the sure touch of Guidall is thereasonI chose this; if he reads it, it must be worthwhile!