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There's Nothing to Be Afraid Of (1985) [Novel]
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Series: Sharon McCone
Part: 7

Summary :

The Globe Apartments, six stories of decaying brick and concrete, rises above San Francisco's volatile Tenderloin district. The seedy former hotel, once a haven for the city's down and out, now houses Vietnamese families striving to improve their lives. But private eye Sharon McCone believes that someone from the Tenderloin's shadowy underworld is determined to drive the newcomers out. The suspects range from the colorful to the dangerous: a poetry-loving drifter, a mean-spirited preacher, a flower seller with a deadly touch, an enterprising pornographer, and a developer who'd like nothing better than to unload his worst investment- the Globe Hotel.

When the All Souls Legal Cooperative is called upon to stop the pattern of intimidation, resentment explodes into murder. As McCone takes up the refugees' cause, she is drawn into the depths of the city's most hated industry- and into the secrets of San Francisco's buried past.

Original title: There's Nothing to Be Afraid Of
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionCrime and MysteryDetective Story and Detectives

Edition #1: There's Nothing to Be Afraid Of

There's Nothing to Be Afraid Of (1985)
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Language: English

Blurbs:
  • "Muller creates an engrossing tale with just the right touches of human caring and humor. McCone becomes more real with each book." Publishers Weekly
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ISBN: 0445409010

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