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It was an ignominious end to an illustrious career. The vague and distant suspicion that we never understood what happened that night; what our role was. Or maybe it was just like the hundreds of other children who disappear each year and never return.
Amanda was even more haunting for never being found.
I can't think of one reason big enough for him to lie that's small enough not to matter. Sergeant Detective Remy Bressant[ edit ] I planted evidence on a guy once, back in ' We got a call from our pal, Ray Likanski. He couldn't find enough guys to rat out. Anyway, he tells us there's a guy pumping up in an apartment up in Columbia Point.
We go in, me and Nicky. Fifteen years ago, when Nicky went in, it was no joke. So it's a The old lady's beat to shit, the husband's mean, cracked out, trying to give us trouble, Nicky lays him down. We're doing an inventory, but it looks like we messed up because there's no dope in the house, and I go in the back room. Now, this place was a shithole, mind you? Rats, roaches, all over the place. But the kid's room, in the back, was spotless.
No, I mean, he swept it, mopped it; it was immaculate. The little boy's sitting on the bed, holding onto his playstation for dear life. There's no expression on his face, tears streaming down. He wants to tell me he just learned his multiplication tables. You gotta take a side. You hurt a child,You molest a child You're not on My side. If you see me coming, you better run, because I am gonna lay you the fuck down! Kids forgive, they don't judge, they turn the other cheek, and what do they get for it?
Jack Doyle[ edit ] A four year old child is on the street. It's seventy-six hours and counting. And the prospects for where she might be are beginning to look grim, you understand?
Half of all the children in these cases are killed, flat out. If we don't catch the abductor by day one, only about ten percent are ever solved. This is day three Do you have any children?
My only child was murdered. She was twelve. Did you hear about it?
What you probably didn't hear, and what I hope you never have to deal with is what that feels like. What I have to deal with. Knowing that my little girl likely died crying out for me to come and save her. And I never did. My little girl died afraid and alone in a shallow ditch bank by the side of the road, not ten minutes from my house.
I know what it feels like to lose a child. Now damn it, you force my hand and then you question the way I handle it. I honor my child with this division. So that no parent has to go through what I've known. This child. Plot[ edit ] Boston -based lovers and private investigators Patrick Kenzie and Angie Gennaro are hired by a woman to look into the case of her niece, Amanda McCready, whose disappearance has become an important local news story.
They take the case despite the seeming reluctance of the girl's uncle, Lionel. During the investigation they quickly come to the conclusion that Amanda's mother, Helene, who has been prominently featured in the news stories about the case, is a degenerate and neglectful parent.
At the time of Amanda's disappearance, Helene had left her alone for several hours while she partied at a local dive bar.
In another incident, revealed later, Helene had once left her daughter unsupervised on the beach for several hours, resulting in the girl getting a terrible sunburn.
While Helene has been pleading with the public for her daughter's return, in private she often seems more concerned about her own life and the possible benefit the publicity might have on it.
In perhaps the most irresponsible act of parenting, Patrick and Angie discover that Helene had taken Amanda along while she and her then boyfriend Skinny Ray stole two hundred thousand dollars from men working for the imprisoned drug dealer Cheese. In investigating the missing money from Helene and Ray's drug deal, Patrick, Angie, Broussard, and Poole find the money along with two dead bodies, acquaintances of Helene's from when the money was originally stolen.
The police receive an apparent ransom demand calling for a meetup at the Quincy Quarries to exchange the money for the girl.
Under cover of darkness and with the area surrounded by police, Angie, Patrick, Poole, and Remy arrive at the quarry. Before they can meet the kidnappers, a confused gun battle breaks out, resulting in the death of a couple of gangsters working for Cheese and the disappearance of the ransom money.
Angie finds Amanda's favorite doll, which had been taken along with her, in the water of the quarry, and they conclude that the little girl was likely thrown in and died.
Months later, Patrick crosses paths with Helene and sees her to be emotionally wrought and reeling from Amanda's death.
Patrick later learns that Remy had known Lionel, Helene's brother, before Amanda's disappearance. Questioning Lionel with the aid of Justice Department agent Ryerson, Patrick and Angie discover that the whole kidnapping had been orchestrated at Lionel's behest in order to get Amanda away from Helene's neglectful care.