Snitch by Robert Leuci

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When a confrontation brews between two decent men, aloof New York detective Nick Manaris and Diego Cienfuego, a Cuban immigrant and single father of three who is working for a cousin involved with criminals, the results are tragic and far-reaching.

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A narcotics detective in New York City for more than twenty years, Robert Leuci is the author of several books including BLAZE and ALL THE CENTURIONS. He was coauthor with Bob Daley of Prince of the City, an biographical book about Leuci's time as a New York City cop and his involvement with the Knapp Commission and Rudolph Guliani. Leuci is a career policeman.
Published February 15, 1997 by St. Martin's Press. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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He soon figures out what she's up to, but faced with losing a last chance at happiness, Nick masterminds a scheme that, with an assist from the ambivalent Sonny, brings Benny and Cano to rough justice.

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McCabe has a ""snitch"" who gives the Queens DA a promising case against the owner of a Cuban nightclub, vengefully naming his wife's lover, Diego Cienfuego, as the Cuban arms syndicate's ""main guy."" A raid on the club results in the deaths of two cops and five civilians;

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