Blue blood

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Riverhead Books, Jan 1, 2004 - Police - 594 pages
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Harvard-educated Edward Conlon is fourth-generation NYPD. Having ascended the ranks from South Bronx beat cop to detective, he knows the city as well as any person can. And what's more--he knows how to tell the stories that bring the city to life as no book ever has.

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User Review  - moibibliomaniac - LibraryThing

An exceptional book about a "man in blue" in the Bronx. This book was written and published before "Blue Bloods" appeared on television. And although there are some similarities, the book and the tv ... Read full review

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User Review  - thatotter - LibraryThing

Conlon's writing was very good, and the subject matter was mostly interesting, but this book really could have used an editor. A book of anecdotes about life as a New York City police officer did not have to be 550 pages. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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