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In the last hour of the last day of Patrol. Going out in a blaze of glory. He looked her up and down. “Patrolwoman, you’re no rookie, are you? ” She wasn’t, not technically, though she had only three years’ service under her belt, unlike most of the other Patrol officers her age; they had nine or ten years in. Sachs had foundered for a few years before attending the academy. ” He looked exasperated and the smile vanished. ” “Why’d you close down Eleventh Avenue? ” She looked along the broad street, which was still blocked by her trash-can barricade.

228 TWENTY-SIX. 235 IV.. 245 TWENTY-SEVEN.. 246 TWENTY-EIGHT. 252 TWENTY-NINE. 256 THIRTY. 262 THIRTY-ONE. 267 THIRTY-TWO.. 274 THIRTY-THREE. 283 THIRTY-FOUR.. 289 THIRTY-FIVE. 293 THIRTY-SIX. 299 V.. 304 THIRTY-SEVEN.. 305 Appendix. 312 Author’s Note. 315 About The Author 316 I KING FOR A DAY The present in New York is so powerful that the past is lost. m. She wanted only to sleep. The plane had touched down two hours late and there’d been a marathon wait for the luggage. And then the car service had messed up; the limo’d left an hour ago.

And looked at the clock. “We weren’t partners,” Sellitto said. ” “Oh,” Banks said, even more impressed. Running the Central Investigation and Resource Division was one of the most prestigious jobs in the department. “Yeah,” Rhyme said, looking out the window, as if his doctor might be arriving via falcon. ” “And good years they were,” Rhyme intoned. Thom scowled but Sellitto missed the irony. Or more likely ignored it. He said, “We have a problem, Lincoln. ” Snap. The stack of papers landed on the bedside table.

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