Enemy in Blue

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Rogue Books LLC, 2011 - Murder - 344 pages
3 Reviews

PRAISE FOR ENEMY IN BLUE

"The plot is as gripping as it is chilling. The story flows smoothly, and each chapter ends with the perfect amount of suspense to keep you wanting more. A fantastic and exciting read, as I could not put the book down." -B.Burton

"A great first thriller for this young author. I would compare this story to John Grisham's book of "The Innocent Man." It is that captivating and more." -M. Bautista

"You know a book is good when you are not an avid reader but you discover you don't want to put a book down." -E. Streible

BOOK DESCRIPTION The streets aren't safe when your enemy wears a blue uniform and a gold badge.

What if the good guys weren't good?

What if a cop went rogue and killed an innocent man?

What if it was all caught on video and the cop would do anything to cover it up?

MORE PRAISE FOR ENEMY IN BLUE

"Much like the script of an action-packed movie, Enemy in Blue will buffet you from one hair-raising scene to another -- and will always leave you pondering, who's the real enemy?" -L.Capritta

"This novel took me out of my comfort zone and placed me in the shoes of many people in America who live in fear. Overall, it was excellent and I highly recommend it." -Dolores M.

"I can honestly say that I could not put this book down " -L. Rivera

"I can not believe all the places you go and the points of view you have as you consume these pages. If you are looking for a great read, look no further " -S.Seitz

"Enemy in Blue grabbed me from page one and didn't let go until the last page was turned. I had to keep reminding myself that this was a debut novel.... because it read like many of the seasoned legal thriller authors that I love to read and get lost in." -K.Velte

For anyone that craves an action-packed thriller and can't get their fill of John Grisham, Dean Koontz or James Patterson...ENEMY IN BLUE is your next escape

"For action, body-count and digging into the underworld of police politics - this is really a great read. However, I think the best asset of the novel is the incredible drawing of the antagonist - the evil Sergeant Shaver really shines."

 

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User Review  - Elise_Stokes - LibraryThing

I must admit, while reading the initial grisly scene in Enemy In Blue, I thought, “My, Derek Blass is taking some artistic license here. I mean, this Shaver, all these witnesses. Come on, who would do ... Read full review

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User Review  - trbrady - LibraryThing

The guys in blue are supposed to be the good guys. What if they aren’t? What one cop went rogue and took matters into his own hands? What if this vigilante justice, corruption, and racism ran much ... Read full review

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