Someone is killing cops in Los Angeles. Detective Maddie Divine is assigned to the elite Robbery Homicide Division to join the hunt for the cop killer. With officers being murdered every few days, the suspect list grows longer as secrets, deceit, and denials are uncovered.
Maddie Divine – Maddie’s keeping a secret and if her co-workers knew, they’d put her in a padded cell and give her a rubber gun. Meanwhile, her former partner, Cash McCool, has some explaining to do. But will she accept his justification for his actions?
Cash McCool – He and Maddie were on the brink of a relationship. What drove him away, and how does he react when he and Maddie are assigned to track the cop killer together?
Rex Rango – Why can’t this newlywed cop say no to a female deputy chief and stay out of her bed? He thinks he’s gotten away with his betrayal, but he’s wrong.
Jill Rango – Two months after her wedding, personal and professional scandals have Jill fighting to hang on to her husband and her badge. When one of her secrets is exposed, she’s suddenly on the short-list for a murder rap.
Holly Banks – Married to an older man, Holly has manipulated men all her life. As her list of lies increase, the LAPD’s suspicions grow that Holly is involved in something a lot more serious than artful string-pulling. Holly says she’s innocent…but is she telling the truth?
Edison Watts – The early-morning radio ‘shock-jock’ fans the flames of alleged police corruption, while protecting his reputation, king-sized ego, and secrets of his own. Will his whole empire be lost as a result of one drunken mistake?
Jacqueline Girrard – After turning in a key piece of incriminating evidence in a murder investigation, the statuesque stunner sets her sights on Maddie’s partner. Will the easy-going detective jeopardize the investigation by falling victim to Jacqueline’s charms?
Kathy Bennett served twenty-nine years with the Los Angeles Police Department – eight as a civilian employee and twenty-one years as a sworn police officer. While most of her career was spent in a patrol car, she’s also been a Firearms Instructor at the LAPD Academy, a crime analyst in the “War Room”, a Field Training Officer, a Senior Lead Officer, and worked undercover in various assignments. Kathy was honored to be named Officer of the Year in 1997.
Kathy’s debut novel, A Dozen Deadly Roses, and her second book, A Deadly Blessing became bestselling E-books at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. A Deadly Blessing, was selected by Barnes & Noble as a Best Book of 2012. Law enforcement personnel laud Kathy’s authentic stories of crime and suspense for ‘getting it right.’
Her third book, A Deadly Justice, was released in September 2013, and became a bestselling police procedural novel.