The Second Girl

The Second Girl

Book - 2016
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Frank Marr knows crime in Washington, DC. A decorated former police detective, he retired early and now ekes a living as a private eye for a defense attorney. Frank Marr may be the best investigator the city has ever known, but the city doesn't know his dirty secret. A long-functioning drug addict, Frank has devoted his considerable skills to hiding his usage from others. But after accidentally discovering a kidnapped teenage girl in the home of an Adams Morgan drug gang, Frank becomes a hero and is thrust into the spotlight. He reluctantly agrees to investigate the disappearance of another girl--possibly connected to the first--and the heightened scrutiny may bring his own secrets to light, too.
Published: New York, NY :, Mulholland Books, Little, Brown and Company,, 2016.
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9780316264174
0316264172
Branch Call Number: F SWI
Characteristics: 354 pages ;,25 cm
Alternative Title: 2nd girl

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Lorr2
Aug 17, 2017

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srkmeyer
Dec 15, 2016

Enjoyed & surprised . Will definitely read any future books by this author.

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dcafk
Jul 28, 2016

Good one. I'm looking forward to the next one.

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susanchyn
Jul 03, 2016

A suspenseful and often edgy read with feet of clay.

Great title, great premise, great plot! Author Swinson's police cred is evident, and the DC streets are richly and convincingly rendered.

Regrettably, though, the narrator's voice is uneven, and at times the dialog is wooden and labored. The love interest never really jumps off the page. But at other times, dialog sparkles, as when protagonist Frank Marr dances verbally with suburban teenage girls.

This is an imperfect book, but worth the read.

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