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The Thin Blue Li(n)e

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Description :

The Thin Blue Li(n)e picks up the saga of the Office of the Sheriff where Hands Across The Sea left off.

 

As the real talk grows contentious, the characters and storylines square off against puppeteers trying to pull the strings. While Sheriff Brendan Callaghan and Undersheriff H. Maxwell Ulrich dig deeper at the crux of the Union's complaint, the needs of the Agency must balance the political muscle of the Board of Supervisors and the bureaucratic clout of the Vasco city officials. 


Retired Captain Asa Belle not only pushes the envelope, but starts opening the ones sent from convicted killer, Daniel Bouchette. Will he confront his demon, or resist him?


Witness Sheriff Emeritus Garrison Cottrell's spiral descent from Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease. The more the condition takes control of his state of mind, the more shocking secrets begin to be revealed that will sure to have ramifications countywide.


The truth is getting closer for Vikki Morgan to discover who left her mother for dead years ago, and what will prove to be worse: the person behind it or the coverup.


The Thin Blue Li(n)e will test the Blue Wall of Silence across interpersonal and professional landscapes. Will the lines get crossed or will the lies finally catch up?

Author Details

About : San Francisco native, Brian Cook worked in law enforcement for over 25 years. Brian worked a variety of assignments and retired as a lieutenant. Brian cut his teeth in the intricacies of police management and discovered some of the politics behind them – a theme that has influenced his writing. Brian brings his vast experience to tell the sides of law enforcement that's rarely been told. He does this beautifully, with brutal honesty, and with authentic characters the reader will not forget. He and his wife, Dauphne, reside in Antioch, California and have a blended family that includes their seven children and 15 grandchildren. Brian received numerous commendations and honors during his 25-plus year career, and is currently a member of several writing groups and networks. His literary inspirations include Alex Haley, Ralph Wiley, and Stephen King.

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