During the Los Angeles campaign to replace longtime incumbent mayor Tom Bradley, the stakes are high for Detective Charlotte Justice, of the LAPD's elite Robbery-Homicide Division. When she's called to Koreatown to investigate the shocking murder of Vicki Park, special markets strategist for an upstart campaign, all of her skills-and fears-come to the fore. Park, a Korean, is found bludgeoned and bound, her body dumped in an alley. But who was the homeless man who identified Park's body and then disappeared? Why was the body moved from one alley to another just a block away? And was the murder connected to the suicide of Hideo Matsumoto, grandfather of another long-shot Japanese candidate, whose body was found the same night?
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"In a fast-paced police procedural, African-American Homicide Detective Charlotte Justice is ably characterized by Karen Kelly. Kelly's calm, expressive voice adds realism and builds tension as Charlotte searches for answers in the murder of Vicki Park, a campaign strategist for mayoral candidate Mike Santos. While Charlotte navigates the numerous perils and politics of the LAPD, Woods develops the three-dimensional ethnic characters who populate the diverse cultures of the city. As the action heats up, so does her delivery. Kelly finds unique voices for the entire supporting cast; with accents and judicious pacing she adds to the stark realism of the investigation. S.C.A. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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