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Suicide Hill

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A disgraced Los Angeles cop is plunged into an FBI investigation, in a novel from the New York Times–bestselling author who "can't write a dull line" (Publishers Weekly).

Lloyd Hopkins is breaking down. Once the sharpest detective in Los Angeles homicide, the strain of nearly two decades steeped in death has begun to take its toll. His confidence is shot, his self-discipline gone, and he has become prone to fits of uncontrollable sobbing. As his marriage collapses, he forgets how to keep himself disengaged from a case. His habits of sleeping with witnesses, faking evidence, and taking the law into his own hands has disgraced the LAPD, and now Hopkins's superiors are attempting to force him into early retirement.

When he refuses, the department puts him out to pasture with a position as a liaison with the FBI bank robbery unit. The post is meant to be low-stress and murder-free, but where Lloyd Hopkins goes, blood always follows . . .


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Publisher: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road
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  • ISBN: 9781453227985
  • Release date: August 30, 2011

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  • ISBN: 9781453227985
  • File size: 1628 KB
  • Release date: August 30, 2011

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Fiction Mystery

Languages

English

A disgraced Los Angeles cop is plunged into an FBI investigation, in a novel from the New York Times–bestselling author who "can't write a dull line" (Publishers Weekly).

Lloyd Hopkins is breaking down. Once the sharpest detective in Los Angeles homicide, the strain of nearly two decades steeped in death has begun to take its toll. His confidence is shot, his self-discipline gone, and he has become prone to fits of uncontrollable sobbing. As his marriage collapses, he forgets how to keep himself disengaged from a case. His habits of sleeping with witnesses, faking evidence, and taking the law into his own hands has disgraced the LAPD, and now Hopkins's superiors are attempting to force him into early retirement.

When he refuses, the department puts him out to pasture with a position as a liaison with the FBI bank robbery unit. The post is meant to be low-stress and murder-free, but where Lloyd Hopkins goes, blood always follows . . .


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