Nowhere to Run

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Warner Books, 1997 - Fiction - 474 pages
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A N.Y.P.D. cop seeks refuge in France after his controversial exploits get him thrown off the force. A beautiful but battle-hardened French detective is similarly canned for her investigation of corrupt politicians. Together they meet in Nice, finding solace from a profession that has nearly destroyed them both. But there is no escape and no safe haven as they put everything on the line to save two innocent lives--their own.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

An unlikely pair of cops forced into premature retirement team up against the hit men assigned to kill one of them, in NYPD specialist Daley's most serious dip yet into mainstream waters. Jack Dilger ... Read full review

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An aggressive New York City cop and a lovely French detective, both tossed off their respective forces for rules violations, find love and danger in Nice. From the best-selling author of Wall of Brass (Little, Brown, 1994). Read full review

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About the author (1997)

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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