Abuse of Power by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg

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After joining the police force of her small California city, idealistic Rachel Simmons becomes an eyewitness to appalling abuses of police authority and risks her life and the safety of her loved ones to reveal the corrupt system.

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Crime novelist Nancy Taylor Rosenberg held a variety of jobs, ranging from model to probation officer. Her strong female lead characters and first-hand knowledge of police prodecures have made her works very popular.
Published January 1, 1997 by ORION. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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Rosenberg's contribution is to present Rachel's adversary not as a faceless bureaucracy but as an extended family, puzzled and hurt by her defection, even as they're pushing her toward a financial disaster that would break up her family (her bright, willful daughter Tracy's already plotting just ...

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In this book the main character is Rachel Simmons, a police officer who will expose corruption in her division at a great personal expense.

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