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Mayor John Flore was larger than life. And there he was on TV, standing before a bouquet of microphones, making promises left and right - making friends even faster. New Yorkers believed him. For the split second he was on the big screen, even seasoned reported Jack McMorrow believed him. But the next minute, the mayor was dead - stabbed to death in a hotel restroom." "The city goes numb. But to Jack McMorrow, it's the kind of story a reporter dreams of - a cover story. He's been away from the big city beat for a long time, and he's excited by the chance - not only to get back into it, but to investigate what might be New York's biggest crime story ever. Until he remembers a few things about the night of the crime...like the fact that he was out drinking with childhood buddy and ex-cop Butch Casey - the man they arrested. Then the phone rings, and it seems there a few things Jack needs to clear up. Starting with...where were you the night the mayor was murdered?.
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