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By Donald Bain, Jessica Fletcher

Whilst her most recent secret novel is tapped to turn into a Broadway play, Jessica Fletcher is overjoyed past phrases. yet she quickly learns that the brilliant lighting of the recent York theater scene aren't all they're cracked as much as be. From a snobbish playwright, to an volatile younger actress, to a slew of behind the scenes brouhahas, Jess might be in over her head -- till the less-than-beloved manufacturer of the play is located lifeless -- correct on cue.But the exhibit needs to move on. With a motley marquee of eccentric suspects, Jessica needs to step into the highlight to discover the wrongdoer. yet as she will get toward shedding the ultimate curtain on a killer, the assassin writes a script of his personal that casts Jessica in a so much disagreeable role...as the subsequent victim!

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I went into the bathroom to run a razor over my chin. A consideration to this late-night meeting with the chief. For a minute I saw my reflection in the mirror staring back. A familiar stranger with battered eyebrows scarred in countless forgotten brawls. The face of an unruly combatant. My brown eyes looked back at me startled by the sudden confusion I felt. Five minutes later I was in Lieutenant Matthews's car with the two IOs. One was named Stan. I didn't catch the other guy's name. Not much talk as we headed to Parker Center, with Alexa following us in her silver BMW a few car lengths behind.

I could smell fried Mexican food that was being served along with beer and mixed drinks. I found a place at the stick and ordered a Heineken, then looked around at the loud, milling crowd. A few guys I'd known on the LAPD were scattered around, most in plain clothes. Some were engaged in shouted conversation over the blaring music, others were playing pool on well-worn tables. Spanish was the primary language being spoken by the largely Hispanic patronage. Gangster types in street vines with gang tats talked with older-looking, slightly overdressed jefes in expensive silk suits and mixed with a smattering of off-duty cops in polo shirts and windbreakers.

His colleagues of years feel betrayed to learn that a dirty cop has been in their midst. His wife, Alexa, the chief of detectives, leaves him, seeking a divorce for his dalliance with the accused in the case, a beautiful, well-known Hollywood actress. His son, Chooch, horrified by these events, won't even speak to him. Life as Scully knows it is over. Or so it seems ... In order to make a living the only way he knows how, Shane seeks employment from a police department that has been known to hire rejects from other departments: the Haven Park PD.

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