Crossing the Line (Hayden Glass)
Hayden Glass is on the fast track to making detective with the LAPD, but first he’s got to work his way through Vice. But as any cop can attest, you can’t leave your work at the office, and with Hayden’s cursed and troubled past, his soul is not in the best shape. His marriage is on the rocks and he’s carries a deep guilt and anger that nothing can seem to quench. Until
I've only read a few "thrillers" but I wasn't expecting the language used in the sex bits. Not that I mind, per se, just wasn't expecting in "this type" of story.
Overall, I didn't care for the main character much. I could see where, had the story been longer (or should I read other full-length stories featuring him) there were aspects that could be something for me to latch onto and form some understanding of the c ...more
I have the two novels lying on the shelves of unread masses and I have provisionally pencilled in Boulevard to fill the Californian slot of my US State Reading Challenge for 2014.
Ever the co ...more
The book starts off with an undercover prostitution sting. The main "good" (and I put it into parentheses because I really don't think he is good per say) guy is an undercover cop with the Vice squad on LAPD. During his shift, he notices a girl on the street and asks his partner about her. That question leads him to do something that is a big no-no with cops.... especially VICE.
I gave this short story a 2 star rating on Shelfari. I didn't like the stor ...more
J. Robert Ewbank author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the 'Isms'"