The Bottom Line: The year’s best crime thriller (Winner, The BestThrillers.com Book Awards). Highly recommended.
Written by retired LA County Sheriff’s homicide sergeant Frederick Douglass Reynolds, Detectives McGuire and Cortes take on a gruesome homicide case in Long Beach, California.
The pair must navigate the complex role of being the murder police in an area marked by homelessness, drug abuse, and gang violence.
With little but their combined decades of detective experience to go on, they investigate personal and gang-related motives in an attempt to identify and arrest their suspect.
When a severed hand is found in the desert nearly 100 miles away, their years-long investigation crosses jurisdictions.
Can they connect the dots before the bloodbath continues?
Saint Bloodbath explores the story of multiple heinous crimes.
And the lives and experiences of the investigators bringing the murderer to justice.
It’s an unputdownable read from the author of Black, White and Gray All Over.