Reluctantly heading up the Indianapolis PD's Missing Persons Bureau, Lt. Leroy Powder investigates a series of unusual cases while training a female sergeant Indianapolis police lieutenant Leroy Powder's new job in Missing Persons calls for tact, sensitivity, and diplomacy: three traits no one would use to describe the lieutenant. He also has to break in a new sergeant, Carollee Fleetwood. Taking a bullet for her partner in the line of duty made Fleetwood a hero. It also relegated her to a wheelchair. But this cop gives as good as she gets, and won't take any sass from her unconventional superior as, together, the two take on a series of very strange cases.
by Michael Z. Lewin
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