New York. Inside police headquarters. New deputy police commissioner Phil Keefe is ambitious, idealistic, and trying to survive police politics and the random, brutal crime in the streets. A sudden crisis and a murderous shootout catapult him into the limelight, and into a deadly whirlpool of political sharks and treachery. Now he is facing charges. The city he swore to protect is out to destroy him. The woman he loves is pursuing her career just when he needs her most. And Phil Keefe is beginning the trial of his life.
”If the year yields a better police novel than Man With a Gun, I can’t wait to read it.” ---Philadelphia Inquirer
“A superior effort about police work. You will not, repeat not, be able to put this one down.” ---USA Today
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About the Author
His first job was with the New York Football Giants, for whom he worked six seasons, also writing stories and articles on the side. This was followed by six years as a New York Times correspondent in Europe, covering stories in eighteen countries. In 1971-72 he served as an NYPD deputy police commissioner, an experience that resulted later in a number of books, including this one.
His books have been translated into fourteen languages. Many were book club selections both at home and abroad. Six have been filmed. His articles and stories have appeared in Esquire, The Readers Digest, Vogue, Playboy, New York, The New York Times Magazine, Sports Illustrated, and most other major American magazines. He and his French born wife have three daughters and five grand children. They have homes in suburban New York and in Nice, France. See his website at robertdaleyauthor.com
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