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Nineteen-year-old Jace Damon has had a hard life. His mother died when he was just 13, and since
then he has been struggling to raise his younger brother, all while staying beneath the radar of
Child Protective Services. With the help of an understanding Chinese benefactress, Madam Chan,
the two have been living in L.A.\'s Chinatown, where Jace works as a bike messenger.
One dark and rainy night, Jace agrees to do a last delivery. He picks up a package from
a shady lawyer, but when he gets to the delivery address, he finds an empty lot; suddenly,
someone attacks him and tries to grab the package. The bike messenger takes off, but the
attacker pursues him, nearly runs him over with a car, and takes a couple of shots at him.
Injured and frightened, Jace returns to Lowell\'s office only to find the place swarming
with cops and the attorney murdered. The plot thickens as Jace attempts to elude both
homicide detective Ken Parker, who wants some answers, and a menacing, shadowy figure,
who is trying to get that package. Although this novel is a little heavy on the stereotypes,
with its preponderance of macho, chauvinistic male cops and lusty, fiery female cops, Hoag\'s
loyal readers and fans of police procedural suspense novels will definitely love it.