A slow read, but with good action.
Quote: "Richmond, Virginia, is a city rich in southern history, yet overrun by such modern day problems as drug trafficking and escalating juvenile crime. Former Charlotte police chief, Judy Hammer is brought in to clean up the police force - the most difficult assignment of her career....."
I spent most of my two days off reading this book.... not only is it good suspense, it's also funny. Thanks Patricia Cornwell
From the number-one New York Times bestselling author of Hornet’s Nest, Patricia Cornwell, comes an all-new, page-turning novel about big-city police, in a story of corruption, scandal, and robberies that escalate to murder. This time, the setting is Richmond, Virginia, where former Charlotte police chief Judy Hammer has been brought by an NIJ grant, to clean up the police force. Reeling from the recent death of her husband and resented by the Richmond police force, city manager, and mayor, Hammer is joined by her deputy chief, Virginia West, and rookie Andy Brazil on the most difficult assignment of her career. In the face of overwhelming public scrutiny, the trio must find the link between the desecration of Confederate president Jefferson Davis’s statue and the brutal murder of an elderly woman.
A testimony to the singular versatility and narrative power of one of the country’s best-read storytellers.