In the Canyons of Shadow and Light (Emily Donoho)
Delve into the depths of humanity and criminal justice with Homicide Detective Alex Boswell, in this thought provoking debut novel. Emily Donoho escorts her readers on a breath taking journey through the city that never sleeps, and the restless mind of one of its most dedicated servants. A tattered veteran of the NYPD, Boswell is a man beset: the combined weight of his case load and personal life grinding him down. The white lights are blinding, and the skyscrapers are closing in. It’s time to reach for the shore or drown trying – In the Canyons of Shadow and Light.
This is an excellent example of the police procedural genre, coupled with psychological suspense. The pacing never falters and the book’s reality is just that: real. The author explores the heights and depths of the American criminal justice system, and demonstrates…
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