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When some drug dealers in Camden, New Jersey get blown away by a smooth operator who's impersonating a cop, the case falls to two bleary-eyed, wisecracking police vets. But before they can even begin, an FBI team swoops in, headed by bossy and humorless Roger Sorenson. He identifies the perp as James Sullivan, an attorney who dropped out of sight a few years ago and has been taking out criminals ever since. In bits and pieces, it's revealed that Sullivan's vigilantism stems from criminal activity of his former ...

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When some drug dealers in Camden, New Jersey get blown away by a smooth operator who's impersonating a cop, the case falls to two bleary-eyed, wisecracking police vets. But before they can even begin, an FBI team swoops in, headed by bossy and humorless Roger Sorenson. He identifies the perp as James Sullivan, an attorney who dropped out of sight a few years ago and has been taking out criminals ever since. In bits and pieces, it's revealed that Sullivan's vigilantism stems from criminal activity of his former colleague Dennis O'Brien, whom Sullivan blames for the death of his wife.

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An incompatible group of law-enforcement officials pursues a charming and highly elusive vigilante. When some Camden, New Jersey, drug dealers get blown away by a smooth operator who's impersonating a cop, the case falls to bleary-eyed, wisecracking police vets Macuszak and Whitcomb. But before they can even begin, an FBI team swoops in, headed by bossy and humorless Roger Sorenson. He identifies the perp as James Sullivan, an attorney who dropped out of sight a few years ago and has been taking out criminals ever since. Police sergeant Stacey Smith inadvertently crosses paths with Sullivan when her undercover stint as a prostitute interferes with Sullivan's attack on some militiamen at a casino. Sullivan eludes capture and Stacey lands on Sorenson's team, though he considers her far from an equal partner. In bits and pieces it's revealed that Sullivan's vigilantism stems from the criminal activity of his former colleague Dennis O'Brien, whom Sullivan blames for the death of his wife Ginger. O'Brien uses his law firm to launder dirty money and keeps a tank of deadly sharks that lends O'Neill's title its literal dimension. As the case heats up, Sorenson reveals his true, dark colors. A former female subordinate even warns Stacey about rape. Sorenson may pose more danger to his fellow officers than Sullivan does. A lively and highly entertaining debut. O'Neill gets maximum crackle from his bickering lawmen, and their churning plays beautifully against Sullivan's smooth confidence.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781596871014
  • Publisher: Brick Tower Press
  • Publication date: 9/9/2005
  • Pages: 302
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.20 (d)

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  • Posted February 5, 2012

    A Worthwhile ReadI found the story line to be an interesting concept. The book is well written but the character development was not up to the story. As a result, I found my mind drifting as I was reading. There was some good humor and characte

    I found the story line to be an interesting concept. The book is well written but the character development was not up to the story. As a result, I found my mind drifting as I was reading.<br/>There was some good humor and character interaction. I enjoyed the ending. I plan on reading more by this author in the hopes that experience will prove beneficial. My rating would actually be 3.5 stars if the site allowed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2011

    Loved this book!

    I've been snowbound and read 15 mysteries this week and Shark Tank is my favorite by far. I came to the Barnes & Noble site to find more by this author and was disappointed that this is the only one available. Great story, great characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2004

    wonderfully wild police procedural

    When the call came in the middle of the night, Camden, New Jersey Detective Sergeant Joseph Macuzak felt his fifty-five years as he jokes with his wife about no time for showers for pigs. After twenty-four plus years on the force, Joseph is near retirement, but will not be coasting as James Sullivan, Attorney-at-Law, left his business card behind after executing five drug dealers.<P> Because of the James the vigilant link and the illegal drug connection, FBI Agent Roger Sorenson takes charge of the investigation. Their superior assigns Joseph and his long time partner, George Whitcomb, to the task force. As they search for James, the two veteran cops find their empathy lies with him rather than their pompous snot of a leader. While knowing that the confrontation between the ¿good¿ people and the ¿bad¿ dude seems imminent, Joseph and George wonder what ultimately pushed James over the edge to take the law in his own hands while also admiring the man¿s courage, tenacity, and intelligence. <P> This exciting Noir centers on the relationships between criminals and cops. The story line is action-packed and fast-paced in a zany way yet surprisingly the characters make the tale work. Fans will enjoy looking inside the SHARK TANK where the cast operates in a feeding frenzy competition. Readers will appreciate the interplay and wit of the two aging officers, who have seen it all; empathize with James who failed as a modern day Job so took matters into his own hands (wait until you find out why); and finally readers will enjoy the ¿punishment¿ pretentious Roger receives. Tom O'Neill furbishes a wonderfully wild police procedural.<P> Harriet Klausner

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