In her last week on the force, a strange robbery draws Marian Larch into a backstage murder case A madman points a gun at the NYPD's Marian Larch, and prepares to pull the trigger. She charges, disarming him before he can fire the shot. The gun skids to the feet of Agent Curt Holland, who presses it against the madman's head and blows him away. It was the right move, but that doesn't make it legal. To save Holland's career, Larch testifies that she was the one who fired the final shot. She doesn't care what happens; she doesn't want to be a cop anymore. Even when Internal Affairs rules the shooting a righteous kill, Larch plans to quit at the end of the week. But a lot can happen in seven days. When an actress friend asks Larch for help after her Broadway theater is robbed, NYPD's toughest female detective stakes out the Great White Way-and discovers a highly theatrical murder.The Apostrophe Thief is the 5th book in the Marian Larch Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
by Barbara Paul
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