Color of Justice by Gary Hardwick

By Gary Hardwick

Raised within the bosom of the interior 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 examine first-hand how robust, inviolate -- and lethal -- the colour line really is.

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He was unmarried and living in sin with a woman, a black one at that. Lucy didn’t say much about Vinny’s color, but Danny knew it bothered her as it did most people. On the other hand, Robert, for all of his flaws, didn’t have a prejudiced bone in his body, a rare thing for a cop. Danny walked past the long staircase and tried not to think of his mother tumbling down them. He went into the kitchen and found Robert Cavanaugh sitting at the table eating a breakfast of leftover pasta and orange juice.

Then Muhammad casually walked over to the counter, took back his brother’s bloodstained money, and shoved it into his pocket. 5 THIRTEEN HUNNET Detroit police headquarters is located at 1300 Beaubien Street in Detroit. The building is called simply “thirteen hundred” by the city dwellers. ” Danny worked on the sixth floor in the SCU, or Special Crimes Unit. It was called the Sewer, the place where all the shit goes. The worst crimes in the city ended up there. Danny didn’t like to think about why he’d ended up there as well.

The basement door led to a kitchen. It was messy, and Danny smelled the odor of spoiled food. Danny heard the game being broadcast from a room on his right and assumed their targets were in there watching the game. Danny was about to go through the door, when he heard a woman’s muffled cry. ” said a man’s voice. Danny heard the sound of someone being struck, then laughter. ” yelled the same man. “Yo, dis bitch kicked me! I got somethin’ fo’ yo’ ass . ” This was followed by a muffled scream from the unseen woman.

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