Book Reviews of Hands of a Stranger

Hands of a Stranger
Hands of a Stranger
Author: Robert Daley
ISBN-13: 9780451145093
ISBN-10: 0451145097
Publication Date: 10/7/1986
Pages: 396
Rating:
  • Currently 2.5/5 Stars.
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2.5 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Police & prosecutor procedural mystery, with good characters. Fun read.
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A good cop, on his way to the top in the NYPD. Trying to track down a rapist who had savaged his own wife and dangerously drawn to the beautiful and brilliant assistant DA, who could offer him what his wife could not... Walking on the knife's edge between the law and lawless, between conscience and passion, toward a showdown where his badge and gun could not shield him...a taut and exciting thriller.
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Joe Hearn was a good cop, one of the best, and on his way to the top of the New York Police Department. But Hearn was also a husband lusting to track down the rapist who had unspeakably savaged his wife, mary. And he was a man dangerously drawn to Judith Adler, a beautiful, brilliant District Attorney who offered him what Mary could not. Joe Hearn was walking on the knife's edge between the law and the lawless, between conscience and passion - toward a showdown where his badge and gun could not shield him.
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Joe Hearn was a good cop, one of the best, and on his way to the top of the New York p,d,. But Hearn was also a husband lusting to track down the rapist who had unspeakably savaged his wife,Mary. And he was a nan drawn dangerously to Judith Adler, a brillian DA who offered him what mary could not. Joe Hearn was walking on the knifes edge between the law and the lawless, between canscience and passion- toward a showdown where his gun and his badge could not shield him.