Cop hunter

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Simon and Schuster, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 320 pages
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A former NYPD detective presents an account of his undercover investigations for the NYPD Department of Internal Affairs, offering a searing expose of police corruption in New York City, its magnitude, and its impact

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Cop hunter

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After serving as the bodyguard and confidante of Bob Leuci, the real-life protagonist of Robert Daley's Prince of the City ( LJ 11/15/78), Murano became a "cop hunter,'' a member of the New York City ... Read full review

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An Excellent read!! The story splashes through the streets of New York. You can smell the steam from the storm drains, and feel the grit as Detective Murano slams you into the pavement of the underbelly of New York's crime land. Must read for true crime buffs!


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Hoffer is a professional writer.