Detective is a novel by Arthur Hailey. It was written in 1997 and it was the author's last book. Hailey depicts the work of the homicide department and its background and investigation methods.
Detective is the story of Miami Police detective Malcolm Ainslie, who had previously trained to be a Catholic priest. A serial killer breaks free in Miami. He is a religious freak and he starts killing people feeling that he is the avenger of God. He leaves certain things at the murder scenes that are symbols from the Book of Revelation.
Miami Police Detective Sergeant Malcolm Ainslie and his team start to investigate the murders. They eventually find the killer and arrest him. The murderer is nicknamed The Animal because he kills in such a barbaric manner. Now, when this man is about to be executed for the serial killings he did, he calls for Malcolm. 30 minutes before his execution he confesses to Malcolm that he did all the serial killings he is accused of except one, which was not done by him.
Partners is a 1979 album recorded by Scherrie & Susaye for Motown Records. Following the demise of The Supremes in 1977, former group members Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene recorded this album together on the Motown label. Both singers share songwriting duties as well as receiving associate producer credit for the album. Legendary performer Ray Charles makes a guest appearance on the album on the song "Love Bug". Joyce Vincent Wilson, a candidate to replace original Supreme Mary Wilson when Payne and Greene were considering continuing with the Supremes name, is heavily featured on background vocals.
The song "Leaving Me Was the Best Thing You've Ever Done" was released as the album's only single.
The album was only released in the US.
The album was finally released on compact disc in 2014.