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New York Police Department Captain Edward Delaney is called to the scene of a brutal murder A Brooklyn councilman was struck from behind the back of his skull punctured and crushed with an unknown weapon The victim wasn’t robbed and there’s no known motive The commissioner appoints Delaney to head up a clandestine task force but soon this effort ignites an internecine war of departmental backstabbing Distracted by the serious illness of his wife Barbara Delaney begins his secret investigation Then the killer claims another victim—slain in the exact same way leaving the strange puncture wound As young men are found murdered Delaney starts putting the pieces together Soon he’s faced with a cop’s dilemma He knows who the killer is but the man is untouchable That’s when Delaney lays a trap to bring a monster to justice


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    ★ ★ ★ ★ 12Somewhere approaching 1980 when I started reading for pleasure I quickly learned before starting a new book to find the copyright date It automatically placed the book unless otherwise indicated in the story in one of three eras nowadays the 60s or God help me “olden times” which ranged from the dawn of the mystery novel which is all I read to the start of the sixties I was young Naïve as I was the last category was still relevant Older mysteries often had elements involved in the solution the action andor the investigation that no longer existed Cars had something called a running board You could not mix a drink without this thing called a syphon And why did you have to speak to an operator before placing a simple phone call?As I’ve aged the hard lines dividing eras have faded I can now discern the proper environment of older stories from the copyright date alone without the generalizations Modern details pose little problem as well I can sense if DNA is yet factor in the world of a story And whether the cell phone is flipped open or swiped on gives me a good idea of what is and is not available to the characters in a particular work It is only with computer technology that I still lack firm definition Because I was aware of each stepping stone in the evolution of the personal computer as it came about I have no reliable markers to anchor each stage in history I’m probably not alone As early as 1992 Donald Hamilton felt it necessary to describe a floppy disc It did not take long for that description to feel superfluous But today? Maybe not The floppy has gone the way of the syphon and running boards on cars And so computers across recent decades remain blurry The First Deadly Sin was copyrighted 1973 and the first oddity I noticed primarily because of fledgling computer technology was the enormous amount of paperwork associated with police work Reams and reams of it At one point the protagonist has to search the basement of his precinct and he finds it nearly filled to capacity most of it with old paperwork And as his investigation proceeds we watch him produce reams It’s an element of police work often bypassed by writersEdward X Delaney Captain of the 251st precinct pursues most of his paperwork by choice His investigation is unofficial but that's the way he's been trained to think Delaney has taken a leave of absence because of his wife’s unexpected illness and hospitalization and simultaneously a task force hunting a serial killer is being publicly managed by a politically dangerous but extremely incompetent deputy commissioner named Broughton Because of Broughton’s access to the best the NYPD has available there is fear by “the powers that be” that he may solve this in spite of himself Because Delaney is very good at his job coupled with his availability he is asked to covertly beat Broughton to the arrestThis brings about the other point the passage of time has made obvious When Delaney attempts to research serial killers he can find almost no literature on the subject Today we know these walking horrors can be classified to the point where sometimes their next move can actually be predicted Much of the accepted knowledge in this novel has been disproved There is no need however to make allowances for this in order to enjoy the story It’s beside the point This is not a treatise Nor is it a thriller It is a study of two men where ostensibly one is hunting the other In reality it examines how each overcomes or falls prey to his growing pride The First Deadly SinWe meet the killer Daniel Blank in the first chapter and are present as his seduction by his ego begins He recognizes the triggers is aware of the process yet his mind continues to deteriorate Delaney’s waltz with Pride is less obvious Each is slowly revealed in greater detail over the course of the novel Too much detail? Lawrence Sanders had a reputation for bloated storytelling sometimes justifiably Not in this case This story is meant to be an examination of two men facing different versions of the same sin Outwardly they are on separate roads leading toward an inevitable showdown In reality the final battle will be individual in nature against their inner selvesThe minutia and a slower unfolding of events are absolutely necessary It gives appropriate weight to the final confrontations Are there times when we are in an interior monologue with one character when the reader wants to be elsewhere with a different character? Once or twice And of course Sanders had always been sexually explicit But any argument regarding pace I’ll have to dispute While in terms of style and content The First Deadly Sin is without a doubt a product of its time that should not be taken as any indication that it can’t transcend its era It easily does