The Debt

The Debt

by Thomas Brennan
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ISBN-13: 9781594142765
Publisher: Cengage Gale
Publication date: 01/28/2005
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 6.62(w) x 8.78(h) x 0.38(d)

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The Debt 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you have an afternoon to kill, this book is a great way to do it. Clearly written and extremely engaging. Thank you to Thomas Brennan for not writing a mystery novel filled with fluff.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Horror author Carl Shaw joins New York Police Officers Steve Burnett and Sam Hollis on mobile patrol. When the cops stop for a sandwich at Lazzini¿s Deli, a robber shoots both cops. Carl takes out an illegal hidden gun and kills the criminal. Afterward, Carl tells Detective Mendez that he grabbed the gun from the ground where the shooter dropped it when Steve shot him. Mendez tells Steve that the gun was used in a murder of college student Sarah Westlake last year in Eastham, Vermont, Carl¿s hometown............................. Before talking with Mendez, Steve needs to know the truth. On leave, Steve travels to Vermont, but as he investigates the case takes a strange turns. Files are missing at the periodical Eastham Courier; the link between Sarah and Carl surface; finally he accidentally meets Carl¿s wife in a bar. Though still sore from his injury Steve seeks the truth because if Carl is the killer he must tell Mendez what came down at the deli; if he is not a murderer, silence is golden........................... More a private investigative tale than a police procedural, THE DEBT is an intriguing personnel drama as Steve believes he owes a great debt to Carl, but if the author is a killer does he turn him in or if he stays quite pay his tab. The action-packed story line moves forward rather quickly whether it takes place on the streets of New York or small town Vermont. The support cast (in both settings) consists of a fine secondary group, but this thriller belongs to the hero facing an increasingly difficult dilemma......................... Harriet Klausner