Jerry Broadfield thinks he's a good cop. But now he's been charged with extortion - and his former buddies in the NYPD would like to see him laid out on a morgue slab for squealing to a committee on police corruption. Suddenly, he's got a lot of enemies, and when a dead call girl turns up in his apartment, his troubles get even bigger. Broadfield screams "setup," but nobody believes him - except ex-policeman, now unlicensed PI Matthew Scudder. Because Broadfield turned traitor no cop is going to give Scudder any help with this investigation, so Scudder's on his own. But finding a killer among the stoolie cop's sleazebag connections is going to be as difficult as pouring a cold beer in hell - where some of Broadfield's enemies would like to see Scudder if he gets himself in too deep.
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Another calm cool and collected detective...
Passible story but terrible narration
Most Block books are a good listen - this time it was just reasonably well spent
Probably another Block or Sandford book
No. Did not at all like his narration of this book The whispering/sighing narration at times was very annoying and took away form the story. The only worse narrator is L. Block himself.
No. Following Scudder and his evolution in drinking is the attraction to this book. But there is not enough story meat to make a good movie
- T. Russo