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Deficit Ending (1990)

by Lee Martin

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  romsfuulynn | Apr 28, 2013 |
Two days before returning to work after her maternity leave, Fort Worth police detective Deb Ralston witnesses a bank robbery, the first in a vicious series.

Lots of routine police spade-work ensues, enlivened by Deb's intution and interspersed with scenes from her family life. Not one of the stronger entries in the series, but far from the worst. ( )
  readinggeek451 | Dec 5, 2009 |
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Police officer Deb Ralston of Fort Worth, Tex. , near the end of her maternity leave, is present during a bank holdup and watches helplessly as the bandits collect their loot and escape with a teenaged hostage, one of the tellers. Despite Deb's single-minded efforts to track down the thieves, the hostage is killed and more robberies and killings occur. The pressures of home life and the investigation are grim, though relieved by narrator Deb's earthy humor. There's nothing to laugh at, however, when Deb is caught by the murderers she confronts all by herself. Believable or not, Deb's breezily reported exploits make a heady reading adventure.
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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