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By Lee Goldberg
Captain Leland Stottlemeyer is determined by Adrian Monk to resolve his such a lot baffling circumstances, but if the captain is confronted with funds cuts, Monk's charges are one of many costs he trims. Monk is just too compulsive to forestall investigating; he motels to calling in counsel below assumed names, infuriating the captain. but if Stottlemeyer is arrested for homicide, he turns to the single detective who can end up his innocence. that's, if Monk can triumph over a few in all likelihood crippling hindrances alongside the way...
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Braddock grimaced, waved over a busboy, and whispered in his ear. Within a few moments, the empty seats were filled with three busboys. He turned to Monk. ” Braddock asked. ” Monk replied. Braddock forced a smile, turned to the audience, and introduced himself. He then explained that for the last eight years the San Francisco Police Department had employed Adrian Monk as a special consultant, working exclusively with Captain Leland Stottlemeyer, the man who brokered the arrangement. “What makes this consulting arrangement even more unusual is that ten years ago, Adrian Monk was an SFPD homicide detective himself, until he was declared psychologically unfit for duty and forced to turn in his badge,” Braddock said, then looked at Monk.
Braddock replied. “Everybody isn’t here yet,” he said. Braddock looked out across the large conference room. ” “No,” Monk said. “I don’t know who they are. I just know they aren’t here. ” “That seems like a good size to me,” Braddock said. “Two hundred and two or two hundred and four would be better,” Monk said. ” “I’ll leave,” Stottlemeyer said. Braddock grimaced, waved over a busboy, and whispered in his ear. Within a few moments, the empty seats were filled with three busboys. He turned to Monk.
Monk asked. “No, I didn’t,” Stottlemeyer said. ” “I’d prefer it in writing,” Monk said. Stottlemeyer glanced at me. ” “You have your own,” I said. ” “We arrested him for murder this afternoon,” Stottlemeyer said. “Ford Oldman, the student that he killed, was working on his dissertation and stumbled across some obscure paper that a legal scholar wrote in the early nineteen hundreds. The student noticed some similarities between passages in the paper and a chapter in one of Cowan’s books, so he sent the professor a friendly e-mail asking him about it.
Mr. Monk and The Dirty Cop by Lee Goldberg