The Cop With the Pink Pistol

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Ransom Note Press, 2012 - Fiction - 224 pages
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NYC Detective Donna Prima, busted down to desk clerk for reasons known only to her and her captain, goes out on what looks to be a routine apartment robbery in Greenwich Village's Sixth Precinct. There she meets actor Conner Anderson, who's enjoying overnight success in TV's most-watched daytime soap, Vampire Love Nest. Conner, a wannabe detective since boyhood, alerts Donna to some strange goings-on in the bar across the street, and Donna sees her chance to make a big-time bust and have her detective status restored. There's only one catch: Conner wants to be part of the investigation. Against her better judgment, and only because she finds Conner so attractive, Donna agrees, and the two set out to find out the connection between a blue-collar watering hole and an upstate New York trash-hauling company, which may be involved in the theft of uranium from a nuclear power plant on the Delaware River.

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Review: The Cop with the Pink Pistol: A Mystery Introducing NYPD Detective Donna Prima

User Review  - Patricia - Goodreads

NYPD Detective Donna Prima makes for interesting reading. A good mystery and the pink pistol adds a good touch of humor. Read full review

Review: The Cop with the Pink Pistol: A Mystery Introducing NYPD Detective Donna Prima

User Review  - MJ - Goodreads

This was merely pleasant. Read full review

About the author (2012)

After almost three decades as a New York radio news writer, editor, and reporter, Gray Basnight is now deeply immersed in fiction writing. The Cop with the Pink Pistol is his debut novel. Gray lives in New York City with his wife, Lisa Weiss. For more information, visit www.graybasnight.com.

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