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Nice Mention for "Such A Lucky, Pretty Girl"
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Pubisher's Weekly
Source: 
Publisher's Weekly

Mystery Writers of America presents a high-quality anthology of 19 original stories that explore a wide range of police experiences, from newcomer Polly Nelson's superb tale set in 1864 Kansas, Burying Mr. Henry, to editor Connelly's powerful and grim Harry Bosch investigation into a young disabled boy's death, Father's Day. The sordid mean streets, depicted in Persia Walker's Such a Lucky, Pretty Girl, are nicely balanced with the lighter touches of Jon Breen's Serial Killer, a darkly comic tale in which two police detectives recount one of their cases to a community college writing class. TV writer Paul Guyot contributes one of the volume's strongest selections, What a Wonderful World, about a cop's obsessive search for the killer of a hot dog vendor. This is one of those rare themed anthologies that can be enjoyed at one sitting. (Apr.)
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motive to kill

  persia have vividly tells us sordid secret of inhumanity of man against fellow humans because some men simply have violence in their blood stream, and not social  degredation