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By Lillian O'Donnell | Comments: ( 811 ) | Date: ( Dec 07, 2019 )

Four policewomen are murdered before Detective Norah Mulcahaney herself narrowly escapes death at the hands of a male member of the New York Police Department who decides that she has no business being a cop.


  • Title: No Business Being a Cop
  • Author: Lillian O'Donnell
  • ISBN: 9780399122767
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Lillian O'Donnell

Married J Leonard O Donnell Lived in New York, NY Interred in Maple Grove Cemetery.Began career in theater then turned to writing crime novels Longest running character was NY City policewoman Norah Mulcahaney, but also had series for Mici Anhalt, a crime victims investigator, and private detective Gwenn Ramadge.



Comments No Business Being a Cop

  • KarenC

    Good, old-fashioned police "procedural" with a feminist flair. Norah Mulcahaney is a strong, dedicated police detective who refuses to stop until the case is solved. The mystery is well-constructed and tension builds to the very end. Realistic portrayal of the early years of the women's movement and entry into one of the traditional male professions. Characters are well-drawn and realistic.While the storyline is very good, some things may seem dated. Reference to the Knapp Commission and its imp [...]


  • Fredrick Danysh

    Someone is dedicated to killing women in New York City by various means. What the women have in common is that they are policewomen. Norah Mulcahaney is assigned to stop the killer while her new husband is out of the country on business.


  • Karen

    great book if like cop investigations


  • Babete

    ( Profissão Perigosa )


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