Law and Order

Dorothy Uhnak

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Law and Order

Law and Order By Dorothy Uhnak Law and Order From to the s the NYPD owned the New York City streets and the Irish owned the NYPD Officers ruled their beat fighting crime the way they wanted and bending the law to take what they could

  • Title: Law and Order
  • Author: Dorothy Uhnak
  • ISBN: 9780671823276
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Paperback
  • Law and Order By Dorothy Uhnak From 1937 to the 1970s the NYPD owned the New York City streets, and the Irish owned the NYPD Officers ruled their beat, fighting crime the way they wanted, and bending the law to take what they could There was only one rule look after your own When Sergeant Brian O Malley s prostitute lover pushes him out of a window, his friends in the police cover up the details andFrom 1937 to the 1970s the NYPD owned the New York City streets, and the Irish owned the NYPD Officers ruled their beat, fighting crime the way they wanted, and bending the law to take what they could There was only one rule look after your own When Sergeant Brian O Malley s prostitute lover pushes him out of a window, his friends in the police cover up the details and give him a hero s funeral His eldest son is encouraged to join the boys in the force, but as he rises the ranks he realizes that all favors must be repaid, whatever the repercussions.
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    One thought on “Law and Order

    1. Rebecca McNutt on said:

      Law and Order goes above and beyond most crime novels, discussing not just cases themselves, but also the fine line between ethics and the law, and the corruption that often erupts when cops pick and choose which cases to go in depth on.

    2. Susan on said:

      A saga of a police familyI started out liking this book but then I couldn t keep track of which generation of cops we are reading Interesting in regard to an Irish family who were all groomed to serve and protect but underlining theme was the corruption and sadness of what they had become.

    3. Ladyjexie on said:

      A better than most example of my type of book in the early to mid eighties.

    4. Roberta on said:

      I had read this book years away and loved it Now I am reading the Ryer Avenue Story and really enjoying it because that is the neighborhood of my teenage years.

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