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Publisher's Summary

In this exciting new series, W.E.B. Griffin reveals a city police force with all the authentic detail and drama that made The Corps and Brotherhood of the War phenomenal best sellers. Here is an explosive novel of the men and women behind the badge.
Facing a desperate public, a hostile press, and reluctant witnesses, the Philadelphia Police Department must try and stop a new reign of violence - a terrifying spree of kidnapping and assault that has plunged the city into fear.
Top cops: listen to another Badge of Honor title.
©1989 W.E.B. Griffin (P)2011 Penguin Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By Lady Bird on 06-16-17

Entertaining

This series was suggested to me by a cop friend. They are pretty entertaining and the characters are likable. You really don't even have to be a huge fan of cop dramas to enjoy them but it helps. They are based in the 70s so they can be dated at times but that's kind of the charm of them as well.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 12-23-16

Good story, but chock o block with anachronisms

Getting lazy in research just kills a novel like this. Author needs to write 1973 on his palm...

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