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   Writers: Gerald Petievich (1944 - )  
 
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Gerald Petievich has made a career in criminal investigation. He served first as a Special Agent in the U.S. Army Intelligence Corps, and, as a Special Agent of the U.S. Secret Service of the Treasury Department, he spent some time in the Paris office where he worked with Interpol, chasing counterfeiters of U.S. currency all over Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

He comes from a family of cops - his father and brother are both officers in the Los Angeles Police Department, and he has been working as Secret Service Representative to the Los Angeles Federal Strike Force Against Organized Crime and Racketeering.

Gerald Petievich is as intensely committed to his job - and as free from illusions about it - as is his protagonist, Charles Carr.

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  1982.  Money Men   (Amazon - Alibris)
1983.  One Shot Deal   (Amazon - Alibris)
1983.  To Die in Beverly Hills   (Amazon - Alibris)
1984.  To Live and Die in L.A.   (Amazon - Alibris)
1985.  Quality of the Informant, The   (Amazon - Alibris)

1988.  Shakedown   (Amazon - Alibris)
1989.  Earth Angels   (Amazon - Alibris)
1991.  Paramour   (Amazon - Alibris)
2003.  Sentinel, The   (Amazon - Alibris)
 
 
 
  Recurring themes  
 
 

  • 20th Century (8 books)
  • U.S.A. (8 books)
  • Los Angeles (6 books)
  • Murders (3 books)
  • Spies - Special Agents (2 books)
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