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William Landay

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Fiction, Crime & mystery

A Chief of Police who is looking for a way out. . . a retired cop. . . and a murder which reaches back 20 years. . . The brilliant, award-winning novel from the author of DEFENDING JACOB.

In a small town in Maine, nothing much happens. Even the Chief of Police, Ben Truman, is thinking about leaving. That is, until he discovers a body in a cabin up by the lake.

The dead man turns out to be a Boston prosecutor who had been investigating a series of gang-related murders. When Truman heads to the city to follow the few leads he has on the case, he is not welcomed by the local police - after all, big city crime is not something he has had any experience with.

But Truman refuses to let go of the case. With the help of a retired cop, he becomes embroiled in an investigation which reaches back to a killing 20 years ago. . .

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William Landay

William Landay was an assistant district attorney before he turned to writing. He lives in Boston. Visit his website

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