White Soul

White Soul Readers who devoured Brandt Dodson s four Colton Parker Mysteries will eagerly welcome this new novel from the suspense writer fans are comparing to Robert Parker author of the megaselling Spenser se

  • Title: White Soul
  • Author: Brandt Dodson
  • ISBN: 9780736921411
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Paperback
  • Readers who devoured Brandt Dodson s four Colton Parker Mysteries will eagerly welcome this new novel from the suspense writer fans are comparing to Robert Parker, author of the megaselling Spenser series This provocative novel centers on police officer Ron Ortega, a cop caught in the middle His wife and new baby want him home His superiors and his own naked ambitioReaders who devoured Brandt Dodson s four Colton Parker Mysteries will eagerly welcome this new novel from the suspense writer fans are comparing to Robert Parker, author of the megaselling Spenser series This provocative novel centers on police officer Ron Ortega, a cop caught in the middle His wife and new baby want him home His superiors and his own naked ambition want him in Miami But when he infiltrates one of the city s most vicious gangs, someone or someones want him dead And they ll stop at nothing to achieve their goal In a test of his faith, he must decide if he will succumb to the challenges and the temptations that surround him or live the life he s always proclaimed Or for that matter, whether he ll live at all Brandt Dodson s writing combines two of the best traditions of the private eye novel a clean, laconic style and plotting based on believable human emotions and reactions Terence Faherty, author of Kill Me Again

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    1. This was my first read from Brandt Dodson, but I was highly impressed by how this author handled a novel about gangs, warlords, and the tremendous violence that is often associated with the underworld---all without once taking the Lord's name in vain or using other profanity. Dodson used his own Christian beliefs to demonstrate how an undercover policeman made choices between succumbing to temptation or living up to the life he has always proclaimed.

    2. Interesting, suspenseful, this book was a good read. But, like other Dodson books I've read, there is very much "gray area" here. Are the bad guys really bad? Are the good guys really good? What is bad and good? Sometimes I just walk away a little unsure.

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