The Impact of Crime Image in Newspaper: Zahari Farihan
Perception Of Police Image And Public Readiness To Report Crime: Akinfenwa Oluwaseun
Changing Images of Law in Film and Television Crime Stories:New Timothy O. Lenz
Arresting Images:Crime and Policing in Front of the Television Camera Aaron Doyle
Captive Images:Race Crime Photography Katherine Biber
Family ties prove deadly in this brilliant Jesse Stone novel from New York Times bestselling author Robert B. Parker. The body in the trunk was just the beginning. Turns out the stiff was a foot soldier for local tough guy Reggie Galen, now enjoying a comfortable ´´retirement´´ with his beautiful wife, Rebecca, in the nicest part of Paradise. Living next door are Knocko Moynihan and his wife, Robbie, who also happens to be Rebecca´s twin. But what initially appears to be a low-level mob hit takes on new meaning when a high-ranking crime figure is found dead on Paradise Beach. Stressed by the case, his failed relationship with his ex-wife, and his ongoing battle with the bottle, Jesse needs something to keep him from spinning out of control. When private investigator Sunny Randall comes into town on a case, she asks for Jesse´s help. As their professional and personal relationships become intertwined, both Jesse and Sunny realize that they have much in common with both their victims and their suspects-and with each other.