The kindness of strangers

2022, Book , 281 pages ;
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Summary/Review: "In "The Kindness of Strangers," Amos Parisman, LA's oldest and most stubborn Jewish gumshoe, has never learned how to properly retire. One day, on hi more...
Summary/Review: "In "The Kindness of Strangers," Amos Parisman, LA's oldest and most stubborn Jewish gumshoe, has never learned how to properly retire. One day, on his morning walk, he stumbles upon a grisly crime scene: someone has murdered a homeless woman and thrown her body into a dumpster. Lt. Mallory, who is in charge of the case, tells Parisman not to get involved. But when other homeless people start turning up dead, the police find themselves at a loss, and realize they might just need the help of an unconventional private eye like Parisman, who might not have access to their technology, but who knows the neighborhoods and is willing to go the extra mile for poor and disadvantaged victims"--
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