Between Friends

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Urban Books, Jan 1, 2012 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Growing up in single-parent homes in Atlanta, Orlando "Trip" Spencer III and Aaron "Ace" Moore were so close that you would've thought they were brothers. Their friendship wasn't without problems, though. Competitive by nature, Trip and Ace had a rivalry not only on the football field, but also when it came to women. Now their differences are complicating things in their work as members of law enforcement.
Trip has left Atlanta and moved up the ranks to become a member of the DEA, while Ace is an officer for the Atlanta Police Department. Trip plays by the rules, but Ace believes that structure is what gets cops killed. He plays by his own rules, and runs the streets with an iron fist.
When the DEA is called in to investigate a string of murders that appear to be drug-related, Trip is uneasy about the return to his hometown. The investigation takes an astonishing turn when a fellow officer turns out to be the key suspect. Now it's up to Trip to figure out the "who, what and why" and put a stop to the senseless slaughters taking place on the streets of the Dirty South. With Trip in town, Ace knows he has a lot at stake and old friend or not, he refuses to let Trip Spencer jeopardize what he's worked so hard to gain.
Will Trip and Ace be able to avoid the collision course they've been on all these years, or will they crash and explode, taking down everyone and everything, including their own careers?

There is no telling what can happen when truths are revealed Between Friends.
 

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Contents

Title Page
Chapter Three Trip
Chapter Four Idalis
Chapter Seven Idalis
Chapter Nine Idalis
Chapter Twelve Idalis
Chapter Fourteen Idalis
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