Item description for Murder Under White by Roger Debeers...
The assassination of a prominent political leader and two more murders kicks off this compelling page turner, and keeps the reader on the edge of their seat to its surprising end. Into the mix are extortion and blackmail schemes tied into a pornography filmmaking operation. Who is responsible, and how high up does it go? Finding the answers falls to Latina detective Margarita O'Brien, who is hastily assigned to a minor part of the murder investigation with her new partner, Andy Pick. Both are compelled by their own agendas, and both form the basis for the novel's rich character development. Romance, sex, action, betrayal, espionage, and suspense drive the story along, while its thoughtful writing, evocative dialog, and three-dimensional characters form its foundation.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.5" Height: 1.4" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2005
Publisher Behler Publications
ISBN 1933016124 ISBN13 9781933016122
Reviews - What do customers think about Murder Under White?
Worst Book I EVER read Jun 7, 2007
Ug, so sorry I wasted my time on this book, boring, uninformed, ridiculous. Don't waste one minute of your time with Mr. DeBeers's attempt at fiction! Wish I could give it negative stars...
Interesting Sep 12, 2006
I found this book a little hard to get into and I was confused in the beginning, but I kept at it, and I'm glad I did. Once I got past the confusion the book drew me in and I enjoyed the mystery. My own humble opinion is that the next time Mr. DeBeers narrows the number of characters he introduces in the beginning. I had a hard time trying to keep everyone straight and what their purpose was to the story. Once the main characters took off, the book was very good and keep my interest to the end. I'm looking forward to reading more from Mr. DeBeers. I think he has made an excellent beginning.