Down in the Florida Everglades, rookie cop Karan Karew is an African-American veteran who fought in Iraq. She's a deputy sheriff down in Coral City but soon comes into conflict with racist deputy Freddie Gillespie and is suspended from the force. So she starts looking into Gillespie's transgressions - such as blackmail and gun running - and when her maid's son is kidnapped she also stumbles upon a murder squad operating in the normally serene city. The alligators are the least of her worries, but fortunately she has her attack-trained Rottweiler on her side.
About the Author
J.M. Garlock began his career by writing more than 40 Gothic and Victorian romance novels for small, independent publishers. He has written extensively about reptiles and amphibians for many national publications including Reptile Magazine, The Florida Naturalist, Florida Currents, Reptile and Amphibian Hobbyist and Wildland Firefighter. His photographs of alligators, crocodiles and venomous snakes accompanied the articles. For The Artilleryman he wrote a series of articles on 18th and 19th Century seacoast fortifications from New York to the Dry Tortugas, Florida. His interests include film noir and Formula 1 racing.
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