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See Them Die (87th Precinct) Kindle Edition
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Meanwhile, lest we forget who are heroes are, the cops have cornered Pepe in some apartments and lay siege. Lieutenant Pete Byrnes gets to dust off his megaphone and lead his troop of beat cops and bulls to winkle Pepe out and nobody on either side is looking to spare their bullets. Carella backs him up, but it's Frankie Fernandez, the precinct's only Puerto Rican bull and Andy Parker who are the main players on the law side of the tale. Parker is a cop who hits first and doesn't bother much listening to questions answered later.Read more ›
It is great to follow the same characters in each book, they all take part in stories to a greater or lesser extent except Steve Carella who is a central pin but they all appear often.
I am glad Ed McBain wasn't encouraged to kill him off early in the series.
All the books are good thriller/cop stories/mysteries.
This is no exception. The clever variation of the police characters means a new personality study with each story. Another down to earth, realistic "Tell it as it is" novel to match the best of McBain's work.
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Dependable and thrilling Mcbain who uses the precinct to develop his character and life on the streets in a dependable format that never disappointsPublished 4 months ago by Mark Swan
Very slow moving with uninteresting characters didn't enjoy it .i enjoyed other books in the series .Published 6 months ago by Mr James McIntyre
Enjoyed this book , very thought provoking , kept changing opinion of characters . All in all a very good read would recommend.Published 9 months ago by Janet Wright