Fence Jumpers

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St. Martin's Press, 1995 - Fiction - 338 pages
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"As adults, Dante O'Donnell followed his dead father into the police force; Jimmy Burns, closer than a blood brother, went along. JoJo Paradiso's future was foreordained: He would be, first, an underboss in his father's crime family, eventually stepping into Salvator Paradiso's shoes. So Jojo is now a criminal who walks the Queens streets freely and doesn't worry about the law." "When Detectives O'Donnell and Burns are assigned to get the goods on Jojo Paradiso, it can't be a simple matter of cop against crook. In their world, there is no black and white - only gray. There are tearing conflicts, greed, a choice among betrayals. And there are secrets that, once out, could rip apart the friendship that since boyhood has been vital to the existence of both Dante and Jimmy."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Leuci's best, a Mafia opera worthy of Verdi. Novelist and ex-cop Leuci (Double Edge, 1991, etc.), whose true history as an outcast NYPD undercover cop was told in Robert Daley's book and Sidney Lumet ... Read full review

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Leuci is a career policeman.

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