Christie Opara, the only woman on the DA’s Special Investigation Squad, is assigned by her boss to shadow his daughter to a civil rights demonstration. An ugly group of hecklers soon turns the demonstration into a riot and someone gets shot. A cop with a bewildered look on his face stands over the body with a revolver in his hand.
The crowd and the public cry for the cop’s blood in the days to come. Only Christie, who was standing next to the cop, saw another person pull the trigger. Now she must find the real murderer before matters get totally out of hand . . .
‘Detective Opara is going to become one of fiction’s most popular police people’ Sunday Mirror