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Mr. Monk And The Dirty Cop by Lee Goldberg

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Also by Lee Goldberg:

Bone Canyon, January 2021
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True Fiction, April 2018
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The Scam, September 2015
Hardcover / e-Book
The Job, November 2014
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The Heist, June 2013
Hardcover / e-Book
Mr. Monk Gets Even, February 2013
Hardcover / e-Book
Mr. Monk Is A Mess, June 2012
Hardcover / e-Book
Mr. Monk On Patrol, January 2012
Hardcover / e-Book
Mr. Monk On The Couch, June 2011
Hardcover
Mr. Monk On The Road, January 2011
Hardcover
Mr. Monk Is Cleaned Out, July 2010
Hardcover
Mr. Monk In Trouble, December 2009
Hardcover
Mr. Monk And The Dirty Cop, July 2009
Hardcover
Mr. Monk Is Miserable, December 2008
Hardcover
Mr. Monk Goes to Germany, July 2008
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Mr. Monk and The Two Assistants, July 2007
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Mr. Monk And The Dirty Cop
Lee Goldberg

Monk
NAL Hardcover
July 2009
On Sale: July 7, 2009
Featuring: Adrian Monk; Leland Stottlemeyer
288 pages
ISBN: 0451226984
EAN: 9780451226983
Hardcover
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Mystery | Fiction Media Tie-In

More compulsive fun in this all-new, original mystery starring everyone’s favorite OCD detective, “one of television’s best-loved characters.”(Honolulu Star- Bulletin)

Leland Stottlemeyer is used to obsessive- compulsive genius Adrian Monk getting all the praise and attention. But the police captain is feeling a little hostile after taking a lot of ribbing about his reliance on his star consultant. Is it possible he’s used the latest round of budget cuts as an excuse to cut Monk loose?

But Monk is much too compulsive to stop investigating, even without pay. Soon he’s calling in tips under assumed names to help solve cases. (Who would ever guess the real identity of “Adrian Smith” and “Adrian Jones?”) Then Stottlemeyer is framed for the murder of another cop—and only one detective in San Francisco can save him...

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