By Carsten Stroud
One other evening falls on long island urban. A sufferer screams. A siren wails. Eddie Kennedy is on his beat. He's a gold defend murder detective, and his subsequent week of investigations is a trip you'll always remember.
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Close Pursuit: A Week in the Life of a New York Homicide Cop by Carsten Stroud