Good cops, bad cops, dirty cops, ex-cops, they are all here. Bruno Johnson is an ex-cop with a murder conviction. Now, he is on a crusade with his red-hot Puerto Rican girlfriend to save battered children from the incompetence of Child Protective Services. To fund his plan he has stooped to working for a Los Angeles mobster, which is risky business for a parolee. All Bruno needs is one last big score and he will be over the border but the Violent Crimes Task Force and the FBI have other plans.
The Disposables exposes the lawlessness within law enforcement from an insider’s viewpoint. This fast-paced story is so loaded with violence, corruption, double dealing and back stabbing the reader may want to wash his hands every time he lays the book on the nightstand. Even the altruistic Bruno is so dirty from his past life as a cop that it is difficult to bond with him. There are so many villains in this book you don’t know who you hate the most. The treachery builds steadily toward a twisted, deceit filled climax. This is an excellent cop story written in cop jargon and told from the level of the gutter. Read it.
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