There were plenty of witnesses, but none of them called for help In Queens, in the middle of a brightly lit street, a woman is savagely stabbed to death as people watch from their windows. The victim, Anna Grace, was a nurse devoted to helping others. But no one tried to help her on the last night of her life, even as she screams. No one called 911, until a passing bus driver saw her crumpled at the foot of a lamppost. Homicide cop Miranda Torres is shocked by these callous witnesses, and vows to bring the killer to justice. Post columnist and onetime Pulitzer winner Mike Stein views the senseless murder as a way to bring his career back from the brink. Then a series of mob hits in the city takes the case in an astonishing new direction. When Miranda discovers why Anna was murdered, she must catch a killer who will soon hold her own life in his hands. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Dorothy Uhnak including rare images from the author's estate.
by Dorothy Uhnak
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