Love and Death in Brooklyn by Glenville Lovell
(Blades Overstreet Mystery)

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With its introduction of ex-cop Blades Overstreet, Glenville Lovell's first mystery, Too Beautiful to Die, was called a "page-turner" (New York Daily News) and "stylish entertainment" (Booklist). Now Lovell is back, with a timely novel of a brilliant young African-American politician gunned down as his career is about to take off.
 

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Published August 2, 2005 by Berkley. 336 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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Though Noah’s protégé Blades Overstreet feels duty-bound to find the killer, his decision doesn’t sit well with his wife Anais, a tempestuous actress.

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But when he sees the son of his friend Noah gunned down in a posh restaurant, loyalty to Noah mobilizes Blades to find the killer, imperiling the stable life he's tried to craft for his difficult, ambitious wife and newly discovered young daughter from a long-ago liaison.

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