The Stakes Have Never Been Higher for this Homicide Cop Publishers Weekly calls J. Mark Bertrand's writing qgritty and chilling.q He returns once more to the streets of Houston for another twisting mystery featuring Detective Roland March. This time, a new case is launched by the discovery of a headless corpse...only the investigation quickly becomes complicated when a blood sample analysis brings a phone call from the FBI. The body was an undercover agent working to bring down Mexican cartels. The feds want the case closed rather than risk exposing other agents in the field, but March can't abide letting a murder go unsolved. And he doesn't have to dig long to figure out something isn't right. Someone is covering something up, and it seems that everyone has something to hide. Maybe even March, as the case soon intersects, unexpectedly, with the murder that led him to become a homicide cop, all those years ago.aLeta#39;s just say, I have a special relationship with that thing. ... aHea#39;s supposed to blow the horn to signal the ambush, is that it? ... At the back of my mind, some history stirs, something I saw on television or maybe read years ago in college. a Sir Francis Drake, a I tell her, awhen he was sailing into some Spanish port or other, and all their cannon started firing at his shipaor maybe ita#39;s Walter Raleigh I a#39;manbsp;...
|Title||:||Nothing to Hide (A Roland March Mystery Book #3)|
|Author||:||J. Mark Bertrand|
|Publisher||:||Baker Books - 2012-07-01|