Yesterday's News by Jeremiah Healy
(The John Cuddy Mysteries)

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A reporter hires Cuddy to investigate her source’s suspicious deathAccording to its daily paper, Nasharbor is an idyllic seaside hamlet. But reporter Jane Rust knows better. Investigating a raid on a child pornography ring, she uncovers a web of police corruption built to protect the sickos behind the camera. She writes a story that should blow the lid off the Nasharbor police, but her editors scrub it clean of any reference to corruption, calling her accusations unfounded. Soon after, the cop who tipped her off to the story is dead. Rust hires Boston PI John Francis Cuddy to look into the murder and the cover-up. But prodding small-town cops is like kicking a hornet’s nest. By the end of his investigation, more good people will die, and Cuddy will wish he had never heard of sunny, tranquil Nasharbor.

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Published April 17, 2012 by Road. 250 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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From nearby Nasharbor, reporter Jane Rust comes to hire Boston PI John Cuddy to prove her suspicions of a murder and coverup by the cops and her paper, the Beacon. ``Rough humor, strange characters an

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