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Atlanta Detective Paul Yeomans tries to keep the south's "Phoenix City" safe but is forced to seek help from Washington, D.C.'s quick-witted and statuesque Detective Hanae Troop. Never realizing, until it's ...
Atlanta Detective Paul Yeomans tries to keep the south's "Phoenix City" safe but is forced to seek help from Washington, D.C.'s quick-witted and statuesque Detective Hanae Troop. Never realizing, until it's too late, the multi-jurisdiction operation is eventually forced into a propitious government mission with international appeal.
Atlanta resident Gail Indigo Que (GQ), a former Strictly Business (SB) drug crew member, attempts to achieve legitimate riches by virtue of rags with her signature clothing line. However, The Paradox feels double-crossed and elevates his deadly game to a new level by trying to sabotage GQ's fashion career and draw her back into the streets. All in the name of lady justice, The Paradox has spread his vigilantly game across the entire metro-Atlanta area.
Several weeks after investigating the case, the multi-jurisdiction law enforcement team solicits the assistance of an unlikely bodyguard to take GQ into protective custody. Regardless, GQ is determined to succeed in fashion despite the odds. Leaving the street life, is it rags or riches?
Posted February 7, 2010
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This is the third installment in the Street Life Series: Rags or Riches.
Detective Troop has to team up with a reluctant Detective Yeomans to track down serial killer, the Paradox. They have to put their heads together and try to figure out the next move the Paradox is going to make. The FBI becomes involved when they believe that the Paradox has stuck again.
"Rags or Riches" is a unique blend of mystery, drama and suspense. It moves with a quick pace. There are a lot of characters in the story, but that just adds to the drama. In all, a good book. Mr. Weeks is a talented writer and I look forward to seeing what he comes up with next.
Reviewed by: Anna