Badge of Evil

Badge of Evil

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Baker & Taylor
After New York City's police commissioner leads a raid that leaves three suspects dead and one barely clinging to life, the surviving suspect's family hires P.I. Frank Bishop to prove his innocence, which forces him to team up with top journalist A.J. Bishop to expose the commissioner's deadly secrets.

Baker
& Taylor

After New York City's police commissioner leads a raid that leaves three suspects dead and one barely clinging to life, the surviving suspect's family hires P.I. Frank Bishop to prove his innocence, which forces him to team up with top journalist A. J. Bishop to expose the commissioner's deadly secrets.

Simon and Schuster
From the same deadly crucible that forged Al Qaeda and ISIS, a new terrorist plot threatens to strike at the heart of America, and it’ll take an uneasy alliance between New York’s sharpest investigative journalist and one of its toughest private eyes to take them down. Badge of Evil is the first novel in a bold new thriller series from the writing team of private investigator Bill Stanton and award-winning journalist Craig Horowitz.

All eyes are on New York City’s police commissioner Lawrence Brock after his hands-on role in a raid on a potential terrorist cell that turned into a blazing shootout. There’s even talk that he may be headed to Washington to take over Homeland Security.

Investigative journalist A. J. Ross wants to expose the ruthless opportunist behind Brock’s heroic image. Freewheeling private investigator Frank Bishop is hired by the family of the lone surviving suspect, desperate to prove the young man’s innocence. A. J. and Bishop hate each other at first sight, but they’ll need to learn to work together quickly if they want to take down the commissioner—because Lawrence Brock will do anything to ensure the dark secrets of his past remain hidden.

Badge of Evil introduces a dynamic new voice in thriller fiction, in the spirit of such bestselling authors as Harlan Coben and David Baldacci. It is a novel of our times and for our times—an all too familiar story of corruption and abuse at the highest levels, and how the lust for power can drive men to commit the most shocking acts.

Publisher: New York :, Regan Arts,, 2015.
Edition: First Regan Arts hardcover edition.
ISBN: 9781941393598
1941393594
Characteristics: xiii, 274 pages ; 24 cm

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