By His Own HandBook - 2018
Neal Griffin's first thriller, Benefit of the Doubt, written while he was a serving police officer in California, was an unflinching look at the underbelly of the fictional town of Newberg, Wisconsin--a place where the bucolic rituals of life can conceal police corruption, drug smuggling, arms-dealing, and worse.Former Marine Tia Suarez has made a name for herself in the Newberg PD: troublemaker, seeker of justice, a good cop's best friend and a bad cop's worst nightmare. When a Native American teen is found dead on the grounds of a Christian religious retreat, Tia is determined to find out who killed him despite being stonewalled by all involved.
Publisher: New York : Forge, ©2018.
Characteristics: 335 pages ;,25 cm.