The KILLING SEASON by Miles Corwin

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An uncensored view of the inner workings of a homicide detective team shadowed by a crime reporter for a summer follows seasoned veteran Pete Razanskas and his partner, Marcella Winn, through three months of cops, killers, victims, and their families. 25,000 first printing.

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A native of Los Angeles, Miles Corwin is an award-winning reporter for the "Los Angeles Times" and the author of the critically acclaimed "The Killing Season, " a national bestseller. He lives with his family outside Los Angeles, California.
Published May 6, 1997 by Simon & Schuster. 336 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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The book perfectly captures Winn's growing authority as a detective, Razanskas's frustration with endless paperwork, and the way the rest of the multiracial squad works in the shadow of Rodney King and O.J.

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For Los Angeles homicide detectives Pete Razanskas and Marcella Winn, solving murders in South Central's gang-infested 77th Street Division isn't a job, it's a mission.

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