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Deadly aim

by Rushford, Patricia H.

Format: Print Book 2004
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
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Penn Hills Library Mystery RUS MYS
Location  Penn Hills Library
Collection  Mystery
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Shaler North Hills Library Mystery MYSTERY pbk RUS
Location  Shaler North Hills Library
Collection  Mystery
Call Number  MYSTERY pbk RUS
Patricia Rushford kicks off a thrilling new crime series set in the cozy coastal hamlet of Sunset Cove, Oregon. Featuring determined police officer Angel Delaney, the first episode is sure to have armchair sleuths turning the pages as fast as they can to discover whodunit?
When a police shootout results in the death of a 12-year-old boy, Officer Angel Delaney is blamed, convicted, and condemned by the media and the Sunset Cove community before the case even goes to trial.
Angel will have her day in court, but before she has the chance to defend herself, the situation spirals out of control. Key evidence is missing, evidence that could have verified her claim of firing only one shot in self-defense. In short order, the body count rises, and suddenly Angel is a suspect in more than one murder investigation. Heartsick about the young boy's death, and questioning her judgment as a police officer, Angel joins forces with Detective Callen Riley to fight the mounting charges against her.
Additional Information
Series Rushford, Patricia H. Angel Delaney mystery ; bk. 1.
Subjects Police shootings -- Fiction.
Policewomen -- Fiction.
Christian fiction.
Mystery fiction.
Publisher Grand Rapids, MI :F.H. Revell,2004
Language English
Description 317 pages ; 22 cm.
ISBN 0800758471 (pbk.)
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