(From our LLN series, “Book Briefs.”)
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By: Faye Kellerman / Publisher: Harper Collins
Kellerman’s usual protagonist, Peter Decker, plays a supporting role to his daughter rookie cop Cindy Decker. New to the force and fiercely independent, Cindy is determined—partly because of her father’s objections to her career choice— to show that she can be a good cop. To prove herself, she launches a private investigation into several unsolved cases without her father’s knowledge and becomes a target. Kellerman demonstrates what it is like to be a cop or related to one very well. “Stalker” is a great crime yarn that will have readers racing along to the shattering conclusion.
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Author, consultant and syndicated book reviewer Gary S. Roen has been writing his appraisals of books for more than 40 years; his reviews have appeared in hundreds of daily and weekly newspapers and other periodicals. He is the author of “Slotski’s World” and “Journey” (two collections of science fiction), a contributor to “Computer Legends Lies and Lore”, and two books of poetry, “The Forgotten Father Coping With Grief” and “Look At Me World.” In addition, he is co-author of “Cats, Cats and More Cats.” He can be reached by social media: Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, or e-mail: (firstname.lastname@example.org). [PHOTO CREDIT: Provided]