Exclusive PW Excerpt, Part III: Solomon Jones' "The Dead Man's Wife"

By Solomon Jones
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Andrea walked away, leaving the reporter shouting questions at her back. As Coletti watched, he remembered a time long ago when Andrea was a young vice cop and he was a rising star in homicide. Back then, he was willing to do anything to have her, but now Andrea belonged to someone else, and there was nothing he could do to change that. 

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