The Devil's Shadow by Hugh Holton

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In The Devil's Shadow, Commander Larry Cole is confronted with the most beautiful and cunning criminal he's ever faced. Julianna Saint has a reputation for getting anything she wants. Her occupation, international thief. Her notoriety has spread from the underworld to the Chicago mob boss, Jake Romano, who has heard that no matter how tight the security, no matter what precautions are taken, Julianna can steal it.

Jake wants her to pull off a nearly impossible heist of the North Michigan Avenue Bank. When the robbery goes awry, Julianna makes a daring escape, setting Larry Cole on her trail. He follows Julianna to a palatial estate in the Caribbean with the intent of bringing her down. But Julianna is prepared and will use everything she has, on her own terms, and on her own turf.

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About Hugh Holton

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Police Lieutenant Hugh Holton was a twenty-nine year veteran of the Chicago Police Department. He authored several bestselling novels, including," Time of the Assassins, The Left Hand of God, "and" Violent Crimes," At the time of his death, Hugh Holton was the highest ranking active police officer writing novels in America.
Published June 17, 2002 by Forge Books. 396 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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With a midnight bank robbery in progress, Chicago police lieutenant Holton strides forcefully into his eighth Chicago police thriller featuring Chief of Detectives Commander Larry Cole and his sidekick, Lt. Blackie Silvestri (The Left Hand of God, 1999, etc.).

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Larry Cole, Chicago PD chief of detectives, takes on the local mob, petty police bureaucrats, the Vatican, his willful son and a beautiful international master thief who might steal the divorced detective's heart in this welcome addition to an entertaining series featuring predominantly black and...

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