Hornet's Nest by Patricia Cornwell
Meet the police department of Charlotte North Carolina. And find out why they call it the 'Hornets Nest of America.' Andy Brazil, an ambitious young reporter for The Charlotte Observer and an eager - sometimes too eager- volunteer cop; Police Chief Judy Hammer, the professionally strong yet personally troubled guardian of Charlotte's law and order; and her deputy chief, Virginia West, a genuine head-turner who is married to her job. To walk the beat with Hammer, West, and Brazil is to learn the inner secrets of police work - the tension and the tedium, the hilarity and the heartbeat, the unexpected pump of adrenaline and the rush of courage that can lead to heroics...or death. Full Synopsis
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  • Published:
    Jan-1997 (Hardcover)
    Feb-1998 (Paperback)
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  • Age Level:
    18 & up
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this was a big disappointment to me. when I first started to read this book, I thought it was just starting out slow...but then as I read it more and just jumped from one story to the next. I almost stopped reading it several times, but because I love this author and her work I kept at it. Finally in the last 1/3 of the story it became a page turner and the kind of story that she usually writes...I want to read the next in this series to see what it is going to be like.
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