And Every Man Has To Die [NOOK Book]

Overview

Every city has organized crime. But only River City has a Russian gangster like Valeriy. He is meticulous, cunning, and willing to sacrifice anything -- and anyone -- to see his conquest through.

In Val's way are the men and women of the River City Police Department, including rookie B.J. Carson. She's trying to fill the shoes of a legend while the pressures of patrol and ...
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And Every Man Has To Die

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Overview

Every city has organized crime. But only River City has a Russian gangster like Valeriy. He is meticulous, cunning, and willing to sacrifice anything -- and anyone -- to see his conquest through.

In Val's way are the men and women of the River City Police Department, including rookie B.J. Carson. She's trying to fill the shoes of a legend while the pressures of patrol and her own past are catching up to her. She and her fellow officers must unite to face down the single greatest organized threat River City has ever seen.

Frank Zafiro weaves a complex and engrossing novel of crime, justice and relationships. there are plotters and detectives, usurpers and leaders. Plans within plans. And in the end, the price of victory can be high...and every man has to die.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012430304
  • Publisher: Frank Scalise
  • Publication date: 4/30/2011
  • Series: River City Crime Series , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 381,479
  • File size: 935 KB

Meet the Author

Frank became a police officer in 1993 and is currently a captain. He has written and taught courses at the Basic Law Enforcement Academy, written several college courses in police subject matter and co-authored A Street Officer’s Guide to Report Writing.

Many of his stories take place in the fictional River City, a mid-sized city in Eastern Washington, with recurring characters. The River City novel, Under A Raging Moon, was originally published in 2006. The second, Heroes Often Fail, in 2007. The third, Beneath a Weeping Sky, in 2010. The fourth installment, And Every Man Has to Die, in 2011.

Over fifty of his short stories have been published in fifteen different anthologies, as well as print and online magazines. His story “Good Shepherd” was a finalist for the 2006 Derringer Award. In 2007, his story “The Worst Door” was a finalist for this same award. Most recently, his story “Dead Even” was a finalist for the 2009 Derringer Award. These short stories are gathered together in three River City collections: Dead Even, No Good Deed and The Cleaner.

In addition to writing, Frank is an avid hockey player and a tortured guitarist. His wife, Kristi, is about the only person who will watch him do either activity.

You can keep up with him at or his blog at He also writes under his given name and you can check that out at his main website: as well as his blog:
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  • Posted November 22, 2013

    Very good book.  This author's style of writing reminded me of w

    Very good book.  This author's style of writing reminded me of works by Joseph Wambaugh.  I would definitely read more by this author.  
    There are 860 pages (including the preview of "Under a Raging Moon").

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2013

    This is an author to watch

    This is the first book of his I've read. Not bad at all.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2012

    great book, charaters real, believable - good ending - reads fas

    great book, charaters real, believable - good ending - reads fast -

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2012

    KUDOS TO ZAFIRO'S " EVERY MAN HAS TO DIE." TOTALLY EN

    KUDOS TO ZAFIRO'S " EVERY MAN HAS TO DIE." TOTALLY ENJOYED THIS 823 PAGE NOVEL.

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  • Posted May 28, 2011

    Oh boy

    Frank, you out did yourself this time. I can't hardly stop reading this one. Love it.

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    Posted September 19, 2011

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