Man with a Gun

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Pocket Books, 1988 - Fiction - 538 pages
Here is the story of Phil Keefe, newly appointed Deputy Commissioner of the NYPD. Ambitious and idealistic, he carries a gun as part of his uniform, not part of his job. But a sudden crisis and a murderous shoot-out catapult him into the limelight--and into a deadly whirlpool of political sharks and treachery.

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User Review  - dbsovereign - LibraryThing

Just okay beach/vacation read set in NYC and about the politics of a large police force. Definitely not one of my favorite authors, but okay plot. Read full review

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The hero of Daley's latest novel, Phil Keefejournalist and newly appointed deputy commissioner of the NYPD charged with enhancing the image of New York City copsaccidently shoots an enraged innocent ... Read full review


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New York Times bestselling author Robert Daley is a native New Yorker who has written more than twenty books. His numerous experiences have found there way into his writing. He served in the Air Force, worked as publicity director for the New York Giants football team, spent six years as a European sports correspondent for The New York Times, and became the NYPD deputy police commissioner in charge of public affairs from 1971-1972. Since then, he has become a full-time writer. He and his French-born wife keep homes in Connecticut and Nice.

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