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HARBOR NOCTURNE

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The harbor district of San Pedro turns out to be just as jam-packed with dangerous criminals, clueless cops and variously complicit citizens as anywhere else in Wambaugh's storied Hollywood Division.Young and ambitious, Sgt. Thaddeus Hawthorne of Hollywood Vice thinks he sees a way to put pressure on Hector Cozzo, an errand boy for a gang that's smuggling and prostituting illegals: Persuade the ... Read full review

Review: Harbor Nocturne

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Judy Gigstad

The author of 20 bestsellers, Joseph Wambaugh stamps HARBOR NOCTURNE with a trademark gritty style that both fascinates and repels readers. If you accept up front that the detail surrounding the everyday lives of Wambaugh's Los Angeles cops is sometimes unsettling, it becomes possible to enjoy the book's storyline. The novel opens with an introduction to the chief players in the Hollywood Division ... Read full review

Review: Harbor Nocturne

User Review  - Norm Lionberger - Goodreads

Followed my "first 100" rule but couldn't force myself to read page 101. Disappointing, especially for Wambaugh. Read full review


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