A case so big, so deadly, it’ll take two hard-hitting investigative teams to crack it.
Bail jumper Jesus Vargas thought he could flee Columbus, Ohio and no one would come after him. He was wrong.
The Fleetwood Syndicate thought they could eliminate their problems by an overwhelming show of force. They were wrong.
In Tactical Response, the explosive conclusion to the TOO FAR Trilogy, Grace deHaviland arrives in New York, with a chip on her shoulder and an ax to grind. Nick Lafferty has agreed to lend her a hand, but with the lives of the people he cares most about on the line, if Grace thinks she can run the show without interference, she’s got another thing coming.
Luckily, the bad guys have pissed the two of them off far worse than they annoy each other. They may be a distrusting, dysfunctional team, but they’re more than a match for Jesus Vargas and the Fleetwood Syndicate. Or are they?
Find out in this action-packed conclusion to the TOO FAR Trilogy. The next great thriller in the award winning Grace deHaviland Bounty hunter series. And don’t forget to pick up Book 1 & Book 2 ENGAGEMENT and FIRING POSITION
A CASE SO BIG, SO DEADLY, IT’LL TAKE TWO HARD-HITTING INVESTIGATIVE TEAMS TO CRACK IT.
With Jesus Vargas out on bail and on the run, BCI Agent Eugene Booker calls in a favor from an old acquaintance, ex-DEA Agent Nick Lafferty. Just need some light intel-gathering about a street gang called the Fleetwood Syndicate. Easy-pease. So why can’t Nick let go of the old adage: no good deed goes unpunished.
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When retired Coast Guard Commander Brice Bannon looks into the apparent suicide of a war buddy, something doesn’t sit well with him. Digging deeper into the troubled young man’s death, Bannon catches the attention of some shady characters and puts him in the middle of a dangerous cover up.
That summer day in 1845, Cassidy Porter, the owner of gambling den, brothels, and illegal drinking establishments, whistled gaily, a man on top of the world. Until two bullets from a six barrel, pepperbox revolver put a bloody end to him.
Tasked with the investigation, Sergeant Kilmurray and Patrolman Hamon of the newly-formed New York City Municipal police must develop clues where none exist. Their inquiry leads them to the infamous Old Brewery tenement house in the heart of the notorious Five Points, where a murder a day is not uncommon. Will they find what they’re after? More importantly, can they escape the gang-controlled slum with their lives?
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On a cold, rainy, March night, NYPD homicide detective Frank Flynn catches the worst case there is: A cop shot under the Brooklyn Bridge. Forced to team-up with an Internal Affairs investigator, the two detectives must work together to sort through a plethora of suspects, all of whom have reasons for wanting the dirty cop dead, to determine who shot the cop—and why—while harboring secrets of their own.
Concerned by a parent’s behavior toward his adopted daughter, recently demoted NYPD Detective Christine Levy uncovers a murder that leads to the disappearance of a teenage girl and a manhunt for her physically abusive father.
POLICING FOR PROFIT
NYPD Homicide Detective Frank Flynn, once again teamed with former Internal Affairs Detective Christine Levy, catches the call all homicide detectives hate most—a cop’s been killed. But as Flynn and Levy dig deeper, the investigation strains their partnership and puts them in the cross-hairs of some very dangerous people. All while a racially-charged city holds its breath—and waits.