(From the publisher):
His name was John Horner but everyone called him Jack and then went through the nursery rhyme routine. He was a cop - the best. For a cop he played hard, too hard - with other men's wives. But he worked hard, too.
When a killer named Donegal hit the town and robbed the loan company of thousands, it was little Jack Horner who figured the gang was holed-up near town, who got hot on the tail of the hoods.
But he never lived to make the capture. Someone shot him in the quiet darkness of a parking lot. It could have been one of the hoods who got wise to Horner's work. Or it could have been one of the husbands who got wise to Horner's play.
Original title: Death of a Ladies' Man
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense