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Abuse of Power by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg

Abuse of Power (1977)

by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg

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Rachel Simmons joins the police department of her small California city expecting to serve her community. But no one prepares her for the kind of service she will be called on to perform - or the price she will have to pay for her values and integrity. When she witnesses an incident of police corruption - and reports it - she must fight for her life and the safety of her loved ones against a host of unknown enemies. 'An ace tale-spinner' Los Angeles Times 'She is a more than worthy contender for the Grisham crown' Sunday Express

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A woman officer blows the whistle on police abuse and her colleagues retaliate by making her life intolerable. Rachel Simmons of Oak Grove, California, a widow with two children, is sexually assaulted, her daughter's life is threatened, back-up units fail to respond and she is framed for drug dealing. By the author of Trial by Fire.… (more)

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