by Colin Conway, Frank Zafiro

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Charlie-316 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
72BRUIN 3 months ago
Black and blue describes this fast-paced novel the best both for its bruising non-stop action, but also for the story of race relations and the police force. Starting with a routine traffic stop, the story escalates into an ambush situation and progresses into police corruption, city politics, police brutality, illegal drugs, conspiracy theories, and murder. Sorting out the black and white of good and bad leads to many shades of gray.
Tink4evr 3 months ago
This is not what I was expecting. It is a twisted tale of not knowing who to trust. It involves dirty politics and corrupt cops. There are several sociopathic liars and manipulators who twist stories and events to benefit their own purpose. It is fast paced, with a lot of action and moving parts. You will not expect the ending.
CathyGeha 3 months ago
Charlie-316 by Colin Conway and Frank Zafiro I contemplate as I sit here having just finished reading this book. Tyler Garrett’s story is one with real issues that we read and hear about on the news almost daily. The main character is a police officer who uses his gun and ends up under investigation. My feelings as I read were definitely involved. I knew before midway that there was definitely corruption in the Spokane police force but just who is involved and how to prove it is not easy for those doing the investigating. The authors of this book know what they are talking about and it comes through in the story they have told. It was easy to follow what was happening even when I really wished the story wasn’t going in the direction it was. I watched people die and politicians try to put a positive for themselves spin on the situation. I saw good men and women on the police force doing their jobs to the best of their abilities. I saw corrupt cops first hand dealing with their own interests without much concern for others. I felt a bit dirty when I finished reading the book because...I think I was supposed to feel that way. This book was entertaining, eye opening and intriguing. Once I began reading I really did have to read on to find out what would happen. The blurb gives the background for the story but the feelings I came away with were much greater than the blurb indicated I would experience. I can easily see this book as a movie and would definitely read more books by these authors. Thank you to NetGalley and Down & Out Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars