BOOK REVIEW

FOUR TO MIDNIGHT - SCOTT FLANDER

Sgt. North received a call over the police radio from a dispatcher indicating that a supervisor was needed.  North soon found that two police officers, named Mutt and Roy, were being accused of beating Mr. Knight, a black city councilman.

Mutt and Roy told Sgt. North that they found the councilman in the beaten condition.  They pointed out that if they beat the councilman, why would they call for a supervisor.  This made sense to North.  The Sgt. felt compelled to defend the officers.

Councilman Knight told his side of the story to the media.  He said the two police officers dragged him from his car, knocked him down and kicked him.  Knight continued to make good use of his time with the media and said the two police officers were covering up this incident.  He also went on to say that Sgt. North was also involved in this conspiracy to cover up the beating.

To make matters worse, a man in a black ski mask begins a campaign to assassinate cops. 

Sgt. North begins an investigation to try and find out what really happened.  Along the way, he discovers a ring of corrupt officers.  In addition many problems arise because this incident has managed to create high tensions between the police and black community.

Will Sgt. North discover what really happened?

Who is the man in the black ski mask?

To put it simply, Scott Flander has done it again!  This is another terrific, adventuresome book about the police and the city of Philadelphia.  Scott is a master at creating an exciting plot for the reader.  The language and "street talk" are powerful attributes to the storyline.  Once again, Scott makes you feel that you are right in the middle of the action.  If you want a book that has a great plot and plenty of action, do yourself a favor and buy this book!


NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE AUTHOR, NANCY EATON

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