Ladies of the Night

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Simon & Schuster, 2000 - Fiction - 365 pages
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As Long Island's closest political race in years finally enters the home stretch, a powerful female aide in the ruling Republican party vanishes without a trace. Everyone involved has a theory...and everyone involved has something to lose. Now, as Police Commissioner Frank Murphy attempts to defuse this time bomb, a shocking discovery is made: she isn't the first politico to disappear -- and she won't be the last.

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