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Black Rain

Alexandria, Vincent R.

Editore: We Must X L Inc, 2004
ISBN 10: 0974956406 / ISBN 13: 9780974956404
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Titolo: Black Rain

Casa editrice: We Must X L Inc

Data di pubblicazione: 2004

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Riassunto: BLACK RAIN

A single phone call sets off a chain of events that catapults Detective Joe Johnson into the most difficult case and life decisions of his career. His friend and prior love interest, FBI Agent Cheryl Chase is in fear of her life and feels her cover will be blown as quickly as her partners was as they secretly work deep undercover in a black ring of assassin cops.

Detective Johnson will go against the decision of his partner and best friend, Detective Vernon Brown, his wife, Sierra, leave his dying father’s bedside and risk death for the FBI agent he feels indebted to. This story of betrayal, treachery, and greed is full of sacrifices as five key characters from the two previous books, If Walls Could Talk and Postal Blues lose their lives.

Will Detective Johnson be able to save FBI Agent Chase, his marriage, his life, and stop his nemesis Dread Cattanno and the black ring of dirty cops or will he be consumed in Black Rain?

L'autore: Vincent Alexandria – Award winning novelist of "If Walls Could Talk", "Postal Blues", "Black Rain", & "Poetry from the Bottom of My Heart." (We Must X-L Publishing Co.) He is an author, actor, producer, director, composer, lyricist, vocalist, screen writer, and musician. He is the father of four children. He holds a Masters degree in literature at Baker University and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Rockhurst College. He’s a GED Teacher with the Upper Room Program in Kansas City, MO. He is the owner and chair of his two companies, We Must X-L Publishing and the Brother 2 Brother Literary Symposium. His vision for the symposium is to enlighten men and women in reading and comprehension to enhance their quality of life. He just finished a 560 mile bicycle ride from Kansas City to Oprah’s Harpo Studios in Chicago to promote literacy and reading. His B2B Symposium has nationally published authors show a commitment to their communities and give back to their readers in gratitude of what they have done for them and their careers.

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