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  • It is a rare combination, and I think it is why I was more successful than any of the males in Homicide.
    p. 4.3
  • Nobody ever, ever thought that I looked like an inspector, the only woman homicide inspector in the entire SFPD.
    p. 4.7
  • I was now thirty-four, and for the past two years had been lead inspector on the homicide detail out of the Hall of Justice.
    p. 14.1
  • I'd been in Homicide for six years now, the past two as lead homicide inspector.
    p. 17.4
  • I'd been in Homicide for six years now, the past two as lead homicide inspector.
    p. 17.5
  • I'd been to a hundred homicides and could radar in on the body as quick as anyone, but this I wasn't prepared for.
    p. 21.9
  • What flashed through my mind was that fully 90 percent of all homicides were about money or sex.
    p. 23.2
  • There were rumors of a fire at the hotel, a jumper, a homicide, a suicide, but nothing came close to the horror of the actual event.
    p. 26.9
  • "Homicide down at the Grand Hyatt," her city editor, Sid Glass, had informed her after a staffer picked up the police transmission.
    p. 28.8
  • The chief had said it was a homicide.
    p. 30.3
  • A double homicide.
    p. 31.9
  • The twelve of us who covered homicide for the entire city shared a twenty-by-thirty squad room lit by harsh fluorescent lights.
    p. 36.9
  • THE JOKE IN HOMICIDE about the morgue was that in spite of the lousy climate, the place was good for business.
    p. 47.0
  • For six years, she had been the city's chief medical examiner, which everyone in Homicide knew was as underdeserving a title as there was, since she virtually ran the office for Anthony Righetti.
    p. 47.7
  • Six years in Homicide, and I had never turned away.
    p. 50.9
  • You're a homicide detective, right?"
    p. 64.7
  • We have a homicide, a very bad one.
    p. 64.9
  • "Doesn't Tom Stone cover homicide for the Chronicle?"
    p. 65.1
  • "Homicide," I told him.
    p. 72.1
  • I had gone up against his firm once or twice in the witness box, testifying in homicide cases.
    p. 80.4
  • She had consulted on several serial-homicide cases, both as a lead examiner and an expert witness.
    p. 125.8
  • In my weakened condition, I didn't relish the responsibility of running a mediaintensive investigation into multiple homicides alone.
    p. 126.0
  • "We've got the top guns of the M.E.'s office, Homicide, even the press, eye-deep in margaritas at this table."
    p. 126.4
  • "You're probably used to this sort of homicide," Hartwig said as we walked in.
    p. 130.9
  • You never get used to homicide scenes.
    p. 131.1
  • "I'm a homicide detective.
    p. 181.9
  • "I GOT A HOMICIDE HERE that fits the pattern of what you've been dealing with," McBride explained.
    p. 182.0
  • In a sparsely decorated conference room, the museum's security chief, McBride, and several members of the CPD Homicide staff sat facing a wide-screen video monitor on a walnut cabinet.
    p. 204.3
  • If I've learned one thing as a homicide detective, it's that the lines don't stay fixed.
    p. 208.9
  • "This isn't exactly my first homicide, Jill."
    p. 240.6
  • "Homicide Chicks," she came back with a satisfied grin.
    p. 254.6
  • THIS WAS WHY I had become a homicide detective.
    p. 280.1
  • "What the heck, we're Homicide, anyway" We kissed, and once again we were locked into a single, intertwined shape.
    p. 370.9
  • A huge command center was set up down the hall from Homicide.
    p. 377.0

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