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Gary KamiyaWith instincts and savvy honed by years of undercover work -- and a healthy dose of good luck -- Queen gets out of this and many other tight places, and finally succeeds in gathering evidence that sends at least 18 Mongols to federal prison. Few readers will shed tears for them. Yet Queen comes to appreciate the Mongols' good qualities -- deep loyalty and love for one another -- and he becomes increasingly torn at the realization that he will have to betray men who have become closer to him than most of his law-enforcement colleagues.
— The New York Times