A Murder of Justice When drug runner Skeeter Hodges is killed homicide detectives Frank Kearney and Jos Phelps investigate until their boss tells them to pin as many unsolved cases on Skeeter as possible With the street

  • Title: A Murder of Justice
  • Author: Robert Andrews
  • ISBN: 9780425205211
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • When drug runner Skeeter Hodges is killed, homicide detectives Frank Kearney and Jos Phelps investigate until their boss tells them to pin as many unsolved cases on Skeeter as possible With the streets turning into killing fields and the pressure growing, the pair must choose between following orders and following their instincts to find a killer.

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    2 thoughts on “A Murder of Justice

    1. In the genre of noir murder mystery, two qualities stand out in Robert Andrews: characterization and plot quirks. But Andrews also wrote one of the best short stories I've encountered-- "Solomon's Alley" (in George Peleconos' D.C. Noir collection by Akashic). In the SS genre, plot quirks mark the sine qua non quality, and Andrews shows himself a master. It's not a spoiler to tell you to expect an ironic surprise ending, and remember: noir. Read a good SS and you want more from that author, if yo [...]

    2. Another good detective story from Robert Andrews. The central case involves the homicide of a Washington, DC drug lord. Normally, the event would not merit much investigative attention, but the two detectives assigned to the case begin to tug at loose ends and unravel connections that rise to Capitol Hill heights. The final few pages hold double-barreled surprises that have the reader racing back through the novel looking for clues. The jacket copy claims that the author "is at work on the fourt [...]

    3. Should note that this is Kearnsey and Phelps #4, first one I read. Economical writing, placed in DC pretty realistically vs. Margaret Truman's novels amongst the hoi polloi.

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