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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Drug addicts,
  • Private investigators,
  • Murder,
  • Investigation,
  • Ex-police officers,
  • Fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementDavid Swinson
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3619.W568 C75 2017
The Physical Object
Pagination356 pages
Number of Pages356
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27235140M
ISBN 100316264210
ISBN 109780316264211
LC Control Number2017934270
OCLC/WorldCa982697176

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Crime Song (Frank Marr Book 2) - Kindle edition by Swinson, David. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Crime Song (Frank Marr Book 2)/5(38). CRIME SONG, book two in the series, exceeds the level of quality established by the first, drawing Frank further into a darkness of his own creation even as he retains enough insight and competence to see that justice (in whatever fashion) is ultimately done.   The National Book Review" Crime Song is fast and rough and great. The atmosphere is perfect. The details are perfect. Only a cop, someone who's really lived in this world, could get so much so right." James O. Born, bestselling author of Walking Money. From the : Little, Brown and Company.   Crime Song Second book written by author Swindon. Retired detective Frank Marr; now a "PI". PI has one major problem, he is an addict. Some how Marr maneuvers around his vices and wins your affections. I liked this book better then the authors first book, "Second Murder". It's worth the money of /5(14).

  Crime Song (Book #2 in the Frank Marr Series) by David Swinson. Rated stars. No Customer Reviews. Select Format. the "refreshing" protagonist of one of the New York Times ' Best Crime Novels of the Year Frank Marr was a good cop with a bad habit, until his burgeoning addictions to alcohol and cocaine forced him into retirement from the. Fans of gritty crime fiction will want to add Swinson to their reading lists."—Booklist (starred review) "David Swinson is one of the most exciting new voices to come along in crime fiction in this decade, and Crime Song is Exhibit A of his remarkable talent. Swinson's writing is heartfelt, powerful, and authentic, and Frank Marr is as fully.   Norman Mailer tells Gilmore's story--and those of the men and women caught up in his procession toward the firing squad--with implacable authority, steely compassion, and a restraint that evokes the parched landscapes and stern theology of Gilmore's Utah. The Executioner's Song is a trip down the wrong side of the tracks to the deepest sources /5(K). Get this from a library! Crime song. [David Swinson, (Author)] -- Frank Marr was a good cop with a bad habit, until his addiction to cocaine forced him into retirement from the D.C. police. Now barely making a living as a private investigator, he agrees to take on.

Crime book reviews and recommendations, covering the newest psychological thrillers, mysteries, Nordic Noir, and more. Crime by the Book. And that’s a wrap on our Scream-a-Thon!!! HUGE thanks to all of you who tuned in over the past 4 weeks, and to. Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice Gary Grif­fith an­nounced on Car­ni­val Tues­day that about boys had been de­tained by po­lice over the Car­ni­val pe­ri­od. Slow-burning and masterfully plotted crime. Find it here: Amazon • Barnes & Noble. THE FOURTH MONKEY by JD Barker (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; ) A unique twist on the serial killer thriller. This book begins with the serial killer dying, and follows his development as we read through the entries in a journal he left behind. Good cops and bad cops, good burglars and bad burglars, murder and mayhem in Washington, D.C. Author Swinson is himself a retired detective, and familiarity with policing and crime, and an eye for detail, provides a solid framework for the story as Frank Marr, a retired D.C. narcotics detective–turned–private eye, makes a second appearance (The Second Girl, , etc.) in this cocaine Author: David Swinson.