In this reissue, a young girl is killed, the prime suspect is found dead in his cell and the NYPD consider the case closed. Ex-cop Scudder, hired to look into the case by the girl's father is up to his neck in sleaze, corruption, religious cults and murderous lust. In New York's underbelly, children pay for their parents' most unspeakable sins.
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