When Lieutenant Petti Oliver arrests a gang of drug dealers her house is torched and she and her family are on the drug dealer’s hit list. With crime marring the beauty and serenity of the Virgin Islands, Oliver vows to capture the criminals and make St. Croix a safe haven for residents and visitors. Petti Oliver is the first and only Haitian on the V.I. police force. Born with her grandmother’s gift of ESP, Oliver is familiar with voodoo. When an eleven-year-old boy is gunned down in the parking lot of a public housing community, Oliver brings her own brand of justice to hunt for the killers. When she takes on the bad guys, the results are as explosive as they are unexpected.
Emelda A.”Sandra” Edwards is a playwright with several produced plays. Her most recent full-length play, EIGHT TO FIVE, GOVERNMENT WORKERS’ STYLE, was produced July 2010,in the Virgin Islands to sold-out audiences. Edwards is also the author of three self-published books, A CARIBBEAN STORY OF LOVE, LUST AND LIES; the sequel, A CARIBBEAN STORY
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