Playing the Dozens

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Penguin Group USA, Dec 19, 1991 - Fiction - 432 pages
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A gritty story of an assistant U.S. attorney who finds himself over his head in a case involving an untold supply of drugs, money, sex, and corruption spreading from the depths of the ghetto to the highest levels of the nation's capitol. "Crime and corruption on both sides of the law. . . ".--New York Times Book Review. Teaser chapter of Pease's next book.

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User Review  - dspoon - LibraryThing

The murder of a Washington, D.C., cop puts an assistant U.S. attorney on the trail of drugs and corruption in Pease's stylishly gritty debut. Apprehended immediately, the killer asks to speak with ... Read full review

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When I'm in a reading slump I go to a used bookshop near work and standing in their paperback mystery/thriller section and pick by size - the fatter the better. This is exactly how I discovered this ... Read full review

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