Done Wrong by Eleanor Taylor Bland

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Illinois policewoman Marty MacAlister investigates the death of her husband--a fellow cop--confronting police bureaucracy and dangers of the streets and risking more than she can afford to find the truth. From the author of Gone Quiet.

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Eleanor Taylor Bland, the "grande dame of Chicago mystery writers," according the Chicago Sun-Times, is the author of eleven previous Marti MacAlister mysteries and the editor of the anthology, Shades of Black: Crime and Mystery Stories by African-American Authors. She lives in Waukegan, Illinois, which serves as the model for Marti's hometown of Lincoln Prairie.
Published June 1, 1995 by St Martins Pr. 216 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A Chicago narcotics cop's suspiciously fatal fall from the roof of a parking garage rips open Marti MacAlister's three-year- old wounds of grieving for her own husbanda colleague of Julian Cantor's who supposedly ate his gun in a Chicago cemetery.

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Introduced in Dead Time (1992), widow Marti MacAlister is a moral and tenacious, middle-class black policewoman.

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