By Gary Hardwick
Raised within the bosom of the internal urban, white Detroit murder cop Danny Cavanaugh speaks and acts with the unmistakable perspective of a black guy. however the savage murders of prosperous African-Americans are plunging him into the city center of terror, the place he'll study first-hand how robust, inviolate -- and lethal -- the colour line actually is.
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Rimba continued to rap to his tune and kick Deion, whose pleas fell on deaf ears. Deion’s face and hands were covered in blood as he feebly tried to fight off the attack. Then Rimba stopped his attack. He quickly pulled out a small lead pipe 50 G A RY H A R D W I C K and brought it down with all his might onto Deion’s head. Deion’s body jerked once, then he was still. Keith shook uncontrollably as he kneeled next to his beer in the aisle. He’d wet himself, and the stain was still spreading on his gray pants.
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Color of Justice by Gary Hardwick