Brooklyn Chronicles is a fast-paced urban novel that chronicles a chain of events surrounding murder, mayhem, and corruption along the Brooklyn piers. Detective Rice's determination to eradicate organized crime in Bed-Stuy leads to his untimely demise, which creates a chain of events that widens as two private investigators seek to solve his murder. The following results align the real leadership of Bed-Stuy against corrupt politicians and police officers. Rosa, the wife of Detective Rice, is determined to bring closure to her husband's murder, only to be considered a prime suspect. Her beauty causes a conflict of interest between Roy Vanderbilt and Rock Lewis, the two investigators who come to her aid, against one investigator's better judgment. As mentors for the youth of Bed-Stuy, both men are determine to be role models throughout the neighborhood while maintaining unwavering commitment to the district attorney's office. DA Kilpatrick lives and breathes to clean up the neighborhood and be a major factor in crushing the recidivism that destroys the community and the youth. Each clue to the demise of Detective Rice opens up a new can of worms for the city and forces politicians to choose which side they represent.