Fear's Justice: A Novel

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Villard Books, 1996 - Fiction - 317 pages
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They are a corrupt band of cops, moonlighting as hired vigilante assassins, backed by New York City's most powerful business and political figures. He is Fear Meagher, blue and green to the core - cop blue and Irish green. He doesn't like minorities, women, gays, or any of the changes now happening in his beloved America. When the woman Fear loves is murdered, the investigation leads to powerful men who are destroying anyone who gets in their way. Fear's only ally is his worst nightmare: Carlyle Taylor, black, female, and an ambitious journalist who's sworn to drive Fear from the police force. Together, in Fear's Justice, they are brought face to face with an immensely powerful, evil nemesis who draws them into a terrifying web of justice turned inside out.

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Fear's justice: a novel

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Olden's (Kisaeng, Donald I. Fine, 1991) trademarks--a rip-roaring plot and heroes who are as unlikable as the villains--seem to be in place in this novel about a politically incorrect cop who discovers that some of his colleagues are moonlighting as vigilantes. Read full review

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A suspenseful tale about a bigoted NY cop, who is only mildly corrupt. When his lover (also a cop) is killed, he decides to investigate and encounters some powerful opposition. Interesting characters and well-developed plot. Read full review


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