What begins as a fairly routine homicide investigation quickly turns into something complex and possibly lethal for Mace Perry--a former D.C. cop working gang narcotics--who is rebuilding her life after being framed for a crime she didn't commit.
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by David Baldacci
by John Harvey
by Randy Wayne White
by Ron McLarty
by Laurence Shames
by Les Standiford
by Ed McBain
"Baldacci fans may be disappointed on two fronts by this highly anticipated offering. First, the novel itself strays from Baldacci's signature strength: a tight action-filled plot advanced by believable characters. Too many situations in TRUE BLUE require imaginative leaps, and the characters are clichŽd. The second shortcoming lies in the performance of celebrated narrator Ron McLarty. His voice is clear and pleasant to listen to, and he maintains a good pace. However, he does not offer sufficient variation in tone or timing to differentiate the characters, making the dialogue difficult to follow in places. Also, the insertion of music at seemingly random points in the action does not enhance the production. M.O.B. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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