New from Down & Out Books …
BADGE HEAVY by Colin Conway and Frank Zafiro
A Charlie-316 Novel, 3rd in series
Publication Date: September 14, 2020
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Synopsis … When the Spokane Police Anti-Crime Team (ACT) was formed, the expectation was that its efforts would make a dent in the city’s rising crime rate. In only its first few weeks of existence, the team has done even better than hoped for, racking up arrests and seizures of guns, drugs, money, and stolen cars. Everyone from the mayor to the citizenry seems happy with ACT’s swift results.
But there are darker agendas surrounding this team. Bonds of loyalty are being forged, secret schemes made, and suspicions are focused in all directions. In the midst of run-and-gun police work, officers will discover that not everything is as it seems. Who to trust becomes a life and death question for everyone involved.
In this third installment of the Officer Tyler Garrett saga, the stakes have risen even higher. Garrett seeks to solidify his position. Officer Gary Stone undergoes a surprising metamorphosis. Captain Farrell tries to bring the situation to a head. Rookie Jun Yang struggles to find her place, while Officer Ray Zielinski must repay a debt that threatens to land him in greater danger. Meanwhile, Detective Wardell Clint continues to gnaw at the bone of the case that has consumed him for almost two years.
Something has got to give.
Praise for the Charlie-316 Series:
“A hard-hitting police conspiracy tale turned on its head, Charlie-316 bristles with authenticity and rich detail.” —James W. Ziskin, Anthony and Macavity Award-winning author of the Ellie Stone mysteries
“Conway and Zafiro deliver a riveting story that resonates both as page-turner and a chronicle of our times.” —Gary Phillips, author of Matthew Henson and the Ice Temple of Harlem for Never the Crime