There are sixty-six Consulates and Embassies in San Francisco, and a very talented, deadly sniper is targeting the Consul Generals, seemingly at random. Homicide inspector Vince Torelli has a reputation for solving the toughest cases in the City, but this one is unlike anything else he has faced. The killings make no sense, lack motive, and appear to be unrelated but Vince knows there has to be a link between them. He struggles to find the connection and identify the suspect, but as he gets closer to the answer, he becomes a target himself. This can end only one of two ways, either by him solving the case, or by becoming a victim himself.aquot;Shoulda#39;ve known he would figure out some way to get it off! ... Ia#39;m sure he has a cell phone, but it will take a while to try and find out if he does and get the number . Wea#39;ll try the FBI ... Herea#39;s my number and email address, aquot; Vince said, handing him his card. aquot;Call me if ... He pulled it out of his pocket and looked at the caller I.D. The screen indicated it was a aquot;restrictedaquot; number with no caller I.D. information.
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