N.H.I. - No Humans Involved [NOOK Book]

Overview

Half of Treasure Valley is controlled by a violent street gang. The other half is controlled by fear. A rookie detective, Nate Richards, is thrust between the two.

Abyss, a mysterious street gang, moves into the valley and people have started dying. Nate's girlfriend suddenly disappears and the gang is being targeted as the cause.

Will ...
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N.H.I. - No Humans Involved

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Overview

Half of Treasure Valley is controlled by a violent street gang. The other half is controlled by fear. A rookie detective, Nate Richards, is thrust between the two.

Abyss, a mysterious street gang, moves into the valley and people have started dying. Nate's girlfriend suddenly disappears and the gang is being targeted as the cause.

Will Nate succumb to the pressure to get the job done by any means necessary, or will he become part of the problem and prove there are No Humans Involved?
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Editorial Reviews

Black Diamond Book Reviews - Cheryl Francis
Intense Action! This was an excellent first book by Ray Ellis! I enjoy reading books with a lot of action and suspense, and this book sure didn't disappoint me at all!
We are introduced to Detective Nate Richards. He is trying to solve the case of a murder of a fellow police officer and a teen boy.
I definitely recommend this book! It had a great mix of characters. The action was intense, and the ending was very surprising! I am looking forward to reading the next book...
N.H.I. No Humans Involved - Softcover - Donna Fletcher Crow
Compassionate Grit, (author) Ray Ellis is a man of contrasts: soft-spoken gentleman with a twinkle in his eye, a compassionate pastor and a tough police detective. Nate Richards is a hero readers will care about because he cares. A man you can rely on to do his best and yet a far from perfect human being who must struggle with his own terrors while saving his community from a wave of violent crime like it has never faced before led by a self-centered villain worthy of James Bond.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015512519
  • Publisher: NCC Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/30/2012
  • Series: A Nate Richards Novel , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 348
  • File size: 593 KB

Meet the Author

Ray Ellis is a veteran law enforcement officer, former Marine, and ordained Christian pastor. Ray began his career in law enforcement with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department in the city of Orange, California in 1989. After working for a number of years in the maximum security facility, he transferred to patrol, working along Orange County’s coast as well as the inner canyons and barrios.

After eight years in Orange County, Ray moved to Idaho and continued his law enforcement career where he has served as a patrol officer, detective, and officer instructor for the Idaho POST Council. In 1999 Ray was appointed as a primary instructor for the Idaho POST Academy Police Training Institution for Idaho, instructing on subjects of arrest control, cultural diversity, and instructor development. From 2007-2011 Ray served as the lead sex crimes investigator for the agency where he works.

Ray is active in the writer’s community in Idaho and has recently served as the president of the Idahope Writer’s Group. In 2011, Ray was selected as one of the Top Fifty Authors in the state of Idaho.

Ray was first ordained into the ministry while living in Orange County and now serves as the Associate Pastor in his home church in Nampa, Idaho. Ray has been happily married to his wife, Sharon, since 1983 and has three grown children: two sons and one daughter. Ray currently lives with his family in Idaho.
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