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    Pulls you in.

    A difficult book to put down, you'll feel and think as if you'd grown up in a Chicago neighborhood. After several chapters I wanted to be like Hank, and hang out with a cool tough witty but very feminine girl like Masie. I wanted to be friends with her brothers and family, and I really started liking cops. Its a great book, clean sharp healthy with wit sarcasm and a ton of humour. When you do manage to put the book down you'll be smiling the rest of the day, and more so when you get the chance to pick it back up.
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    Just Okay

    Maisie is set to follow in the footsteps of some of her older brothers and her father and become a cop. That is until she fails the psych evaluation. So she decides to prove she can handle being hated by becoming a meter maid. But can she really handle the job? This was a mixed bag. First of all, it is not a mystery. The dead body and who killed him is a poorly handled sub-plot at best. However, the coming of age aspect I did enjoy at times. At other times, it was slow. Likewise, some of the characters never rose above cliché while others were lots of fun. There’s potential for some good stories here, but this book isn’t at that level yet.

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