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While on routine patrol, LAPD Officer Cindy Decker rescues a newborn abandoned in an alley dumpster. But she can't call it a night until she sees the infant safe in a hospital.

Now, the hunt is on for the mother, more than likely a scared, desperate girl in need of medical attention. Armed with advice from her over-worked detective father, Cindy searches through inner-city Hollywood, following a treacherous trail filled with violent gangs and drug lords.

With each new lead, the twisted journey becomes darker, battering Cindy's complex personal relationships and endangering her very life. When Decker and Decker join forces, can this edgy duo put aside personal issues long enough to catch a vicious culprit before he can strike again?

©2003 Faye Kellerman; (P)2003 Time Warner AudioBooks. A division of the AOL Time Warner Book Group.

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  • Nina
  • Arlington, VA, USA
  • 10-25-04

Great new character!

This Kellerman novel focuses on Cindy Decker, Peter's daughter, who has been in the LAPD for 2 years. There are at least 2 plots, as usual with Kellerman, plus the great personal and family involvement that makes her books such enjoyable reads. Good narrator, also.

9 of 10 people found this review helpful

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Back to the Music?

I don't care for the music playing over the talking; or better yet, why does a book have music? The story was good.

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Decker series

Loved Nancy reading this book and showing us Cindy Decker and her life as a cop. Thanks