The Interrogation by Thomas H. Cook


Albert Jay Smalls has been accused of a terrible crime. There's no witness, no evidence, but the police are convinced he's guilty. They have just twelve hours to find out the truth. The three cops on the case each has is own reasons for wanting to nail Smalls: Jack Pierce is consumed by the murder of his daughter and his own promise to the victim's mother; Norman Cohen is haunted by the terrible things he saw at the liberation of a concentration camp; Thomas Burke has a dying son he lost a long time ago. And in a race against time, they must find out what really happened one rainy afternoon in 1952...

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SKU: 0752849816

Category: Fiction General (Adult)