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If Detective Shane Scully's best friend, Jody Dean, committed suicide three years ago, then who did Shane just see for one fleeting moment on the Ventura Freeway? He's convinced it was his former colleague. Or was his mind playing tricks? Shane's lover, Alexa Hamilton, herself a lauded LAPD officer, happens to think so. But Shane knows what he saw. And for a rogue cop with nothing left to lose, the search for Dean has become more than an investigation. It's become an obsession.
The first clue to Dean's secret life--and suspicious death--is murder. The victim is Dean's former commanding officer. The connection taps into a corrupt, high-level conspiracy among L.A.'s finest that will put Shane and everyone he loves in harm's way. It will cut deep into the heart of betrayal and the meaning of friendship. And it will dare one cop already on the brink of madness to take on step further into darkness...
When Shane Scully sees a dead colleague from the Los Angeles Police Department driving a car he knows that the man didn't commit suicide. Sent undercover to break a criminal network, the officer and five others had turned bad, and it became more than an investigation for Shane to uncover the truth.
LAPD Detective Shane Scully is convinced he has just seen his best friend and former colleague Jody Dean. But Jody committed suicide three years ago. Is his mind playing tricks? Shane soon becomes obsessed with finding the truth about Jody and taps into a corrupt, high-level conspiracy among L.A.'s finest that will put Shane and everyone he loves in harm's way. Martin's Press.
About the Author
Stephen J. Cannell enjoys one of the most phenomenally successful careers in today's Entertainment Industry. After struggling for recognition as a television writer, Cannell's career took off in 1966 when he became head writer for the series, Adam 12. Thirteen years later, he'd form his own production company; today his studio's annual production outlays amount to more than a billion dollars. In his 35-year career, the Emmy-award winning writer has created over 40 TV series, including such hits as The Rockford Files, The Greatest America Hero, The A-Team, 21 Jump Street, Wifeguy and The Commish. He penned bestsellers The Plan, Final Victim, King Con, Riding The Snake, Devil's Workshop and The Tin Collectors. A spokesperson on dyslexia, Stephen J. Cannell lives in Los Angeles with his wife and their children.
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