A policeman, walking his lonely beat, is blilnded by a point-blank shotgun blast... and the fair-haired assailant calmly walks away. With only a partial fingerprint to go on, the police doggedly stalk their elusive quarry. What happens is borne of the rage and frustration of two detectives who bait a clever trap....
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With Intent Reviews
Bored to deathA dark alley, a stationary car, a gunshot. and the London police officer Toms is lying seriously injured on the street. Immediately his colleagues of Scotland Yard start a large-scale search to find the perpetrator. But when they finally find some important clues, the most difficult part is yet to start: finding the evidence. Only one question seems valid: "What should be done about criminals whose guilt is known but whom the law cannot touch?"The opening of this book, where police officer Toms is getting assaulted, has a lot of potential. Sadly enough, none of these possibilities have been explored in the further development of this rather plain story. It reads almost like a boring police report. Characterisations of the main figures are nowhere to be found, apart from some dry factual descriptions. The revengeful ending is a real bummer and has nothing to do with the story-line.