Cop without a shield

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Putnam, 1983 - Fiction - 233 pages
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Frustrated by the New York police department's impotence in controlling crime and bringing criminals to justice, and jarred by personal tragedy, Norah Mulcahaney flees to the small town of York Crossing, Pennsylvania. When she witnesses the abduction of a beautiful young girl whose broken body is found in a quarry ditch the next day, Norah--without the usual backup of her fellow police officers--investigates, digging into the lives and lies of the people of York Crossing.

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About the author (1983)

Lillian O'Donnell, who also writes the Norah Mulcahaney mysteries, lives in the place she writes about, New York City. Her first Gwenn Ramadge mystery, A Wreath for the Bride, was a Selection of the Mystery Guild.

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