Had an unexpected ending. Was a hard but a compulsive read. The characters showed great growth throughout the book. The storyline was tidy and easy to follow for the most part. Well written.
A great female heroine, a street cop who is trying to prove herself in a man's world and clean up corruption in the police department.
They thought they were above the law-she was going to prove them wrong.
A terrifying childhood abduction has left California copy Rachel Simmons with a burning desire to see the law upheld. And nothing will stand in her way--not even the abuse the authority she witnesses at the hands of a fellow officer. Now Rachel has violated the most sacred law within their ranks--the blue code of silence.
But it isn't until she is framed for attempted murder and the lives of her children are threatened that she realizes she can trust no one - not even the ambitious D.A. who seems to offer her a way out.
For Rachel Simmons, justice has become the most dangerous ideal of all...
A female police officer is placed in an uncompromising spot when she sees a blatent abuse of power from a fellow officer to a suspect. She decides that it should be reported. After doing so, she is threatened by other police officers, and the lives of her children are in danger.
Heart stopping book - really seemingly true to life.