CAST OF CHARACTERS
Undercover DEA agent Erren Rhodes--He’s been undercover for six years and he’s ready to get out before he makes a mistake and “gets dead.” When his mentor is murdered, all he wants is revenge.
Academy Officer Walter Pike--Darby’s partner asked Erren to deliver the package, but was murdered before he could leave instructions.
Assistant District Attorney Brian Thrumburt--Pike told him this case would make his career.
DEA agent John Knighton--Erren’s handler who disappears while watching Erren’s back.
The Sergeant Major--Denny O’Malley, U.S. Army, retired and Darby’s father.
Michael O’Malley--His blood type was found at the scene linking him to Pike’s murder. Shot and in a coma, he has all the answers, but no one can ask him the questions.
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One of my favorite things about .38 Caliber Cover-Up was all the surprises Erren & Darby gave me throughout the book. Not knowing who the villian was until the end...well, yeah, that happened. Knee surgery, my first official Harlequin party as an author, winning the Golden Heart for Hill Country Hold Up, first trip to DisneyWorld and my first book going on sale...all those things happened while writing the book.
But what I'll remember the most is the thrill of finally giving Erren and Darby their story. It had struggled to develop for years. The beginning was always the same, there were at least seven different "middles," and they held onto that ending until the very last minute.
I hope to be writing more stories with Darby's family...especially the one with "boring desk job." Steve Woods (Hill Country Hold-Up) makes an appearance--love little connections like that. In fact, Erren Rhodes was introduced in HCHU.
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