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Caunitz, a NYPD detective for more than 20 years, is a master of police blotter fiction. In the gritty, hardboiled world of the NYPD, Detective Matt Stuart works a shabby beat where homicides are his daily paper work. Tracking down an elusive killer, he is forced to face critical decisions when the trail leads to dangerous criminals who are not on the street, but in uniform.

©1995 William J. Caunitz (P)1995 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Susan
  • Iowa City, IA, United States
  • 06-30-13

Finally gave up

As much as I wanted to like this (I do generally really like hard-boiled police and detective books), I finally could not stand what seemed like stupid and gratuitously graffic sex scenes. This is not a case of me being unwilling to hear bad news (that women have often been used just as props, objects of male sexual fantasy etc.) but...it just became unbelievable.

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A Must Listen To !!

If you could sum up Pigtown in three words, what would they be?

Gripping and Very Interesting.<br/>William tells a story that forces you to look at the men and women in blue in a different light

Which character – as performed by Frank Muller – was your favorite?

I will miss Frank Muller - he is one of the best!!!