Crime School by Carol O'Connell
A Mallory Novel

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About Carol O'Connell

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Carol O'Connell is the author of eight previous Mallory novels, including the national bestseller Winter House, and of Judas Child.
 
Published August 26, 2003 by Jove. 364 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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And sloppy police work in that earlier case, the murder of a young woman named Natalie Homer, obscures the connection to Sparrow’s attempted murder.

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In this seventh gripping entry in O'Connell's popular Mallory series, Special Crimes investigator Kathy Mallory again prowls the mean streets of New York, digging deeper into her past even as she and her cohorts ferret out a grisly serial killer.

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After a several-year hiatus from Shell Game, Mallory is back stronger than ever, kicking butt, and taking names.

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The woman had been a prostitute and the lieutenant did not really want to waste the time of his detectives, but Mallory recalled an earlier hanging death, one that her foster father Markowitz, had observed before Mallory had come to live with him.

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Kathleen Mallory, the feral child rescued by a NY cop, is now a member of an elite NYC police division, and her partner, Riker, who has known her since she was that feral child, are called to the scene of a fire and murder.

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Despite Lieutenant Coffey's insistence that there is no justification in treating the decades old case - which sees the introduction of retired detective Geldorf - and the brutal attack on Sparrow as a single enquiry, Mallory and Riker, assigned to the old investigation, manage still to pursue th...

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