Jude St. Onge is a man on the run. He is an addict who has stolen a large cache of drugs from Detroit drug kingpin Mitchell Parson, who is determined to retrieve the drugs and take his revenge on Jude. After the torture slaying of Jude’s wife, and the kidnapping of Jude’s daughter, Angelina, the last thing Mitchell Parson expected to hear when he picked up the phone was: “I have your sons.” Raymond Little, with a murder conviction in his past, and newspaper reporter Ted Rogers have become unusual allies with Jude in an attempt to rescue his daughter. Together they kidnap Parson’s two boys, hoping to secure Angelina’s release. Risks for both hostage-takers skyrocket as the two sides square off, while Detroit Homicide Detectives work the case unaware of all that is at stake in the investigation. Only Ray and Ted can save the endangered children in Children of the Enemy.
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Five Star Review on Amazon By Nurit Dekel
A very interesting crime story about the dark drug business, with a wonderful introduction of this world to those who know nothing about it.
Many aspects are presented therein in a very senseful and authentic way, such as the very little value of human life among people involved in the drug world. The language was very friendly and flowing. Once I started reading, I could not stop, and I finished it within a very short time. Fascinating, and highly recommended.
About the Author
His work has appeared in The Tampa Review, Detroit News, Monarch Review, Lunch Ticket, Coe Review, Gravel, Zodiac Review, Barbaric Yawp and Bull. His books include Children of the Enemy, Alpha Wolves, The Death of Anyone, The Pool Boy’s Beatitude and Maggie Elizabeth Harrington. You can find him at: www.magicmasterminds.com/djswykert. He is a wolf expert.
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