A Murder Of Honor
Putnam, Jan 2001, 23.95, 304 pp.
Frank Kearney and Jose Phillips have worked for the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department for over a quarter of a century each. They stared out as rookies at the same time and later became partners. They shared an apartment and know each other on a deep gut level as perhaps only twins know one another.
They are at the downhill side of their careers and both want easy cas... A Murder of Justice
Putnam, Sept 2004, 24.95, 284 pp.
Nobody mourns the shooting death of drug supplier James “Skeeter” Hodges or the wounding of his friend Tobias “Pencil” Crawford in a black DC neighborhood. The drug dealers were sitting in a car when eight or nine bullets went through the window almost taking the Skeeler's head off and injuring Pencil. Nobody grieves Skeeter's death because he turned a nice Washington D.C. neighborhood into a wa... A Murder Of Promise
Putnam, Mar 2002, 24.95, 336 pp.
When Susan Boukedes is murdered, hardly anyone takes much notice of the “Greek in the Creek” so not surprisingly it ends up as a “Cold Case”. However, when renowned Washington Post investigative reporter Mary Keegan is killed, the media latch on because one of their own was violated. The two most experienced homicide detectives in the Washington DC police department, partners for twenty-five...