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An Absence of Light by David L. Lindsey
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An Absence of Light

by David L. Lindsey

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Once in a while you go to a used book store and find a book that you missed years ago. This is such a book. Current as it was in 1993 with international drug trade, murder, police corruption, and a brave policeman who does the right thing. This has it all and then some. Lindsey is a Texan and writes about Houston in this novel. You are there with the heat, humidity, all of it.
Recommended for all suspense readers. ( )
  oldbookswine | Oct 28, 2015 |
* Inherited from Mum's shelves.
  velvetink | Mar 31, 2013 |
Excellent mystery...lots of characters...lots of twist/turns....very long book, bit slow at first, but grabs you once you get into it. 561 pages of small print. ( )
  GailL | Apr 30, 2011 |
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A police spy story starring Arnette Kepner, a former CIA agent in the Far East, now an independent operator. She is hired by the criminal intelligence division of the Houston Police Department for an undercover investigation of crooked cops involved in drugs and arms smuggling. By the author of Body of Truth.… (more)

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