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The Blue Knight [Hardcover] by Wambaugh, Joseph

Joseph Wambaugh

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ISBN 10: 0316921467 / ISBN 13: 9780316921466
Editorial: Little, Brown and Company, 1972
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Hardback with dustjacket. 1972 First Edition. Rub marks on dustjacket. Small edge tears. Light discoloration on back cover. SKU-6131316 1972-02-28. N° de ref. de la librería SKU-6131316

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Título: The Blue Knight [Hardcover] by Wambaugh, ...

Editorial: Little, Brown and Company

Año de publicación: 1972

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Used - Very Good

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Ex-cop turned #1 New York Times bestselling writer Joseph Wambaugh forged a new kind of literature with his great early police procedurals. Gritty, luminous, and ultimately stunning, this novel is Wambaugh at his best--a tale of a street cop on the hardest beat of his life.

Twenty and two. Those are the numbers turning in the mind of William "Bumper" Morgan: twenty years on the job, two days before he "pulls the pin" and walks away from it forever. But on the gritty streets of L.A., people look at Bumper like some kind of knight in armor--they've plied him with come-ons, hot tips, and the hard respect a man can't earn anywhere else. Now, with a new job and a good woman waiting for him, a kinky thief terrorizing L.A.'s choice hotels, and a tragedy looming, Bumper Morgan is about to face the only thing that can scare him: the demons that he's been hiding behind his bright and shiny badge...

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"A cop's-eye view of police brutality... courage and compassion... fascinating." -- The New York Times.

He's big and brash. His beat is the underbelly of Los Angeles vice--a world of pimps, pushers, winos, whores and killers. He lives each day his way--on the razor's edge of life. He was a damn good cop and LAPD detective. For fifteen years he prowled the streets, solved murders, took his lumps. Now he's the hard hitting, tough talking best selling writer who tells the brutal, true stories of the men who risk their loves every time a siren screams.

"Wanbaugh has captured the excitement, terror, pity, and occasional tedium of police work in a bang-up job of writing." -- The Boston Globe

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