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Simon & Schuster, 1997 - Fiction - 333 pages
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The whole world seems to be caving in on New York City detective Jack Kirby. He is still grieving for his beloved daughter who died when she accidentally shot herself with his gun. His wife has left him. And now he's saddled with the kind of case he hates most - baby-sitting a witness who is running from the Mob. Secrets are everywhere, no one is telling the whole truth, and the only people who are safe are those who understand that nothing is quite what it seems.

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Jack Kirby has his own issues to deal with in Elliott's latest, which describes Kirby's assignment to protect a beautiful witness to a gruesome Mafia-related murder. Kirby's inner conflicts, relating ... Read full review

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Mafia story. Thrilling.

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