HIGH HEEL BLUE by Diane Shah
A Novel

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With a serial killer stalking the women of Los Angeles, a smart and beautiful cop is assigned to be a decoy for the murderer, and when the killer starts calling her unlisted number and threatening her, she knows she is getting close. 20,000 first printing.

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Published January 16, 1997 by Simon & Schuster. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But Harlow doesn't have much time for such bedroom antics as she scrambles after sexist security guards, loathsome members of her own department, and other variously shaded red herrings typecast more from cop dramas than the mean streets that officers like Harlow are supposed to know.

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Ultimately, readers may follow Brenden's alcoholic deterioration with more interest than her stalking of the killer, at least until they're faced with the question of how a murderer who staged eight unsolvable homicides could bungle so badly at the end.

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Welcome to the LAPD, where privileged is cop-speak for minority and female officers like Brenden Harlow are called Jane Wayne.

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