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The Con Man's Daughter

Dee, Ed

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ISBN 10: 0892967943 / ISBN 13: 9780892967940
Published by Mysterious Press, 2003
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Title: The Con Man's Daughter

Publisher: Mysterious Press

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Ex NYPD detective Eddie Dunne must search his own past for clues when his 35-year old daughter Kate is kidnapped from her suburban New York home. her suburban New York home. While the cops wait for ransom demands and hunt down a stolen car seen leaving the driveway, Dunne is a step ahead. He's sure that the disappearance has to do with his previous employment as a general fixer for Anatoly Lukin, legendary Brighton Beach crime boss. And while Lukin was involved in non-violent activities like Medicare fraud and gas gouging, his chief rival, Yuri Burodenko, engineered sales of Russian military weapons and was capable of extreme violence. The search turns more desperate when Dunne's former partner's head lands on his front yard . Now Dunne will do anything to find Burodenko, but there's another gangster with a score to settle with Eddie....- Ed Dee's four-books series following NYPD detectives Anthony Ryan and Joe Gregory has nearly 450,000 hard cover and paperback copies in print and received enthusiastic praise from such national publications as the "New York's Times, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Times, and the Boston "Globe, among others.- Ed Dee's most recent novel, "Nightbird (Warner,1999), was a Featured Alternate of the Mystery Guild and received critical acclaim from the "New York Times Book Review, Philadelphia Inquirer, Orlando Sentinel, and other publications.- Ed Dee retired as a lieutenant after 20 years with the MYPD'S Organized Crime Unit. Then he earned an MFA in Writing at Arizona State University. His debut novel, 14 "Peck Slip (Warner, 1994), was a "New York Times Notable Book of the Year.

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