Frisco, TX (Vocus) February 21, 2010
In his thirty-three years in federal law enforcement, author Anthony Odom has been through a lot of harrowing and exciting experiences. He makes use of his background and knowledge to pen The Alpha Rogue, a gripping novel that will give readers a glimpse of what law enforcement is all about—the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Inspectors Box and Carl are often called Starsky and Hutch, though they really looked more like Mutt and Jeff. Box is about six feet four inches tall and carries two hundred twenty-two pounds of solid muscle. Carl, on the other hand, is six feet tall and is lucky to weigh a hundred and sixty pounds soaking wet. Appearances aside, these two are the best fugitive hunters in the squad whose partnership is seamless. The dynamic duo has been on many stakeouts together in the twenty plus years that each of them have been with the U.S. Marshals Service.
On the trail of a most wanted murderer, Box and Carl are once again on a stakeout. The sudden murder of two witnesses and the abrupt disappearance of three others propel them into a world of suspense and deception where nothing is what it seems. The dark alleys of investigation unexpectedly land them one small clue. Suddenly, the investigation takes a fiendish turn exposing law enforcement at its worst. Can Box and Carl stop the murderer before he kills the three other witnesses? Readers are in for an exhilarating ride as they join Box and Carl in a race against time to capture The Alpha Rogue.
The Alpha Rogue will be featured in the 2010 London Book Fair Book Exhibit in London, England, on Apr 19- 21, 2010. For more information on this book, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
During his thirty-three years in federal law enforcement tracking fugitives, arresting murders, or protecting witnesses, author Antony Odom learned the unexpected should always be expected – no matter what. He hopes readers will enjoy his book.
The Alpha Rogue * by Anthony Odom
Murder Suspense Deception
Publication Date: December 17, 2009
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 221 pages; 978-1-4415-8379-6
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