The Resource The black marble
- The black marble
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- by Joseph Wambaugh
- Russian-American detective A.A. Valnikov is a burned-out homicide detective who gets teamed with Natalie Zimmerman, twice-divorced with a grudge against men. These unlikely partners are assigned the strange case of a stolen show dog being held for ransom. In this bittersweet tale that the Los Angeles Times called 'terrifying and romantic, ' the partners will find much more than they ever could have imagined. Cosmopolitan called it 'fast, colorful and gripping ... as touching as it is breathlessly entertaining.'
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