The Prostitutes' Ball (Shane Scully Series #10)

The Prostitutes' Ball (Shane Scully Series #10)

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The Prostitutes' Ball (Shane Scully Series #10) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 94 reviews.
crankyasianman More than 1 year ago
It was sad to hear of Stephen Cannell's passing a couple of days before the book came out. This book was entertaining as the rest of the Shane Scully novels. The book was a quick, enjoyable read. He will be missed : (
harstan More than 1 year ago
LAPD Homicide Special Chief Tony Filosiana sends Detective Shane Scully to investigate an alleged shooting at a dilapidated Hollywood mansion with Detective Sumner Hitchens as his partner since his regular mate Sally Quinn is on leave for the holidays. Like most of the hardcore members of the unit, Scully detests the African-American detective, who dresses like he is the centerfold of GQ as he made a fortune selling the story of a homicide case to the movies. Scully reappraises his partner following a harrowing incident. At the mansion, the two cops find three dead people (a producer and two females who Scully assumes are hookers) shot by the same gun. The homicides ended an apparent party in which the attendees fled for the hills. They apparently solve the case, but have one problem as an extra shell casing not from the murder weapon is found. Soon the pair works a cold case murder at the same locale that occurred over two and a half decades ago. The dynamic partnering of the seemingly snob and the slob make for a refreshing Scully entry as each learns not to judge a book by its cover; both prove courageous, intelligent and full of heart. Although the teaming of apparent opposites is not new (see Hollywood Homicide with Harrison Ford and Josh Hartnett), fans of the saga (see The Pallbearers) will enjoy this fine entry as Stephen J. Cannell provides his fans with an engaging police procedural. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very interesting read with numerous twists and turns keeping interest and making it difficult to put down. Cannell was writer fot TV series and this could have made an episode!
MIJul More than 1 year ago
This was the first book I've read by this author. It was on clearance and the title captured my attention, so I gave it a try. It was very good - well written and a good plot; kept my interest right to the last page. I'll be looking for other books in this series and by this author.
readingaddict2 More than 1 year ago
Great reading for those that like suspense and Cannells' style.
megareader-nc More than 1 year ago
First time I had read a book by Canneli but throughtly enjoyed it and will read more. Plot moved quickly and keep you on your toes to see what would happen next
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thought is started out a bit slow but speeded up to a really good old Hollywood mystery. I enjoyed it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
well written by a great producer& writer. I only wish that he was still here writing more books. Since I can't have my wish; then I will search out what books he left behind. He will always remain one of my top writers and I hope to see some of his T.V.shows come back in re-runs so that today's generation will see what we lost.
leegee More than 1 year ago
Excellent book by Cannell.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an easy read, very entertaining. Great for a plane ride or at the besch.
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DeanKoontz-Fan More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! It had its seriousness (murder always is) and its funny - Loved the characters Scully and Hitchens - what a pair! Will have to see is there are more Shane Scully books by Cannell.
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Stephen J.Cannell, you should put more of your books in Nook format. This book I found very funny to read. By the way he also wrote for TV. in the 80's. He should write a new series for the paperback and nook readers ect. Look him on Barnes and Noble.
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