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Publish Date: August 16, 2015
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JUST RELEASED - Third Watch
Tracy Crosswhite's ordinary night patrolling her Seattle beat becomes front page news when she responds to a domestic disturbance call that turns into a hostage crisis.
In this prequel short story to Robert Dugoni's #1 Kindle-bestselling novel, My Sister's Grave, Tracy Crosswhite is a young patrol officer, paying her dues, keeping her head down, and hoping a solid record will get her promoted to detective. While years have passed since the disappearance of Tracy s sister, the experience has made her one of the city's most dedicated cops.
Reporter Tevia Kushman is shadowing Tracy on a ride-along seeking to follow-up on a recent (and nasty) exposÈ about the Seattle PD's treatment of female cops. Young and ambitious, Tevia is hoping for a juicy scoop on the gender politics of the PD, but may get a much bigger story than she bargained for...
Neither woman expects a routine-sounding call to turn into something dangerous, until Tracy walks into a domestic dispute and finds herself looking down the barrel of a shot-gun. No stranger to high-pressure situations, Tracy must draw on more than just her academy training and lightning-fast shooting skills to find a way to talk down-or take out-the volatile man holding the gun.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR - Robert Dugoni
Robert Dugoni is the critically acclaimed and New York Times bestselling author of the David Sloane series: The Jury Master, Wrongful Death, Bodily Harm, Murder One, and The Conviction. Murder One was a finalist for the Harper Lee Award for literary excellence. Dugoni is also the author of the bestselling standalone novel Damage Control, and his nonfiction exposÈ, The Cyanide Canary, was a Washington Post Best Book of the Year selection. Dugoni s books have been likened to Scott Turow and Nelson DeMille, and he has been hailed as "the undisputed king of the legal thriller" by The Providence Journal.