Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Nikolis Cole: The Low-Rise Saint by Richard Black

The death of a Drug Lord's first lieutenant ignites an all-out war between two rival gangs, a war that has raged on for a year. Homicide detective Karen Oswalt realizes she has no chance of bringing peace to the streets unless she can find the murderer, but it appears to have been the perfect crime. No witnesses. At least none have come forward. But all that is about to change. With one phone call from an informant long-thought dead, Karen Oswalt and her partner are about to come face to... uh... well, face with the killer.  









"Where man's justice doesn't reach out, a higher justice will reach down."

Detective Karen Oswalt and her partner Leon Barnes get schooled in justice when they meet with an informant in a drug infested neighborhood to try to solve a murder, in this gritty horror short by Richard Black. Someone else is patrolling the street and there's hell to pay.
This was a well written, fast paced, supernatural horror.
4 out of 5 stars

I received a complimentary copy for review.

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