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A blue-blood grandmother and her black-sheep granddaughter discover they are truly two sides of the same coin.


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Responsibility isnt just a word. Its his Code of Honor. But she's a challenge!


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Can she forgive him?


Broken Places by Tracy Clark

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Borrowed Time, June 2019
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Broken Places, May 2019
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Broken Places, June 2018
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Broken Places
Tracy Clark

Chicago Mystery #1
Kensington
May 2019
On Sale: April 30, 2019
448 pages
ISBN: 1496714881
EAN: 9781496714886
Kindle: B075C4KDLT
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Hardcover (June 2018)

Mystery

Cops can make mistakes, even when they’re not rookies. If anyone knows that it’s Cass Raines.

Cass took a bullet two years ago after an incompetent colleague screwed up a tense confrontation with an armed suspect. Deeply traumatized, Cass resigned from the Chicago PD, leaving one less female African-American on the force. Now she’s the head of a one-woman private investigation agency, taking on just enough work to pay the bills. But when the only father figure she’s ever known, Father Ray Heaton, asks her to look into a recent spate of vandalism at his church, she readily agrees to handle it.

Only hours later Cass is horrified to discover Father Ray’s murdered body in the church confessional, a dead gangbanger sprawled out nearby. She knew Pop, as she called him, had ticked off plenty of people, from slumlords to politicians, with his uncompromising defense of the downtrodden. But a late-night random theft doesn’t seem like much of a motive at a cash-strapped parish. The lead detective assigned to the case is all too eager to dismiss it as a burglary gone awry, just another statistic in a violent city. But Cass’s instincts tell her otherwise, and badge or no badge, she intends to see justice done . . .

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