A MURDER OF CONVENIENCE
Manhattan P.I. Gwenn Ramadge knows how it feels to be down and out. So when her boyfriend, an NYPD detective, asks her to help a disgraced colleague, Gwen gladly obliges. Rookie undercover narcotics detective Jayne Harrow was framed in a phony drug bust. But her real crime was threatening to turn in a rogue cop who murdered a small-time drug dealer known as the Raggedy Man. Now Gwenn sets out to examine the case.
But Jayne is soon found asphyxiated in her car, officially a suicide. Although Gwenn is certain Jayne was murdered, proving it won't be easy--not with corrupt cops out for the kill. Luckily, Gwenn has a few good tricks up her sleeve, if only she doesn't wind up like Jayne . . . and the Raggedy Man.
"Gwenn Ramadge is good at her job. She's thorough, smart, and cool-headed. . . . Lillian O'Donnell can write about real life and real people better than almost anyone in this genre."
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Goodreads Rating: 3.36