The Hunted by Jerry Kennealy

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When a young immigrant girl witnesses a horrific murder, she barely escapes...with a vital piece of evidence. Investigating tvhe crime is an intrepid female San Francisco police inspector who bucks the system when it suits her. Before long, the inspector realizes that there's more to this murder than meets the eye. And it is up to her to find the little girl before the killer eliminates the only person who can identify him...

Praise for Jerry Kennealy:

"A perfectly enjoyable, action-filled summer read."-- Publishers Weekly, for The Conductor

"A gleeful cat-and-mouse game. Bullets fly, bombs explode, sex is plentiful, double-crosses abound, and there's enough insider cop jargon to satisfy any procedural fan."-- San Francisco Sunday Chronicle Examiner, for The Conductor

"His best novel to date."--Harriet Klausner, for The Suspect
 

About Jerry Kennealy

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Jerry Kennealy has worked as a fireman, policeman, and private investigator. He is the author of the Nick Polo mystery series. He has also written The Vatican Connection and Chasing the Devil under the pen name James Brant. He lives in San Bruno, California.
 
Published July 1, 1999 by Signet. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sold into prostitution by Stoylar, Janna witnesses the merciless murder of her madam and two teen prostitutes by an IRA thug with a bad case of rosacea.

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