OUTLAW by Roy Glenn

Roy Glenn, the master of urban suspense, returns with possibly his best novel to date Outlaw, a tale of money, power and betrayal.

After settling some unfinished business, Mike Black finally returns to New York to retire and enjoy life. That is, until the police show up at his door, take him into custody, and charge him with murder. His good friend and lieutenant, freeze, is sure he knows who’s really responsible for the murder, and during Mike’s absence, takes the family to war. But a war’s not what Mike needs. Mike needs for the real killer to be found. Now, it’s up to an unlikely ally, Detective Kirkland, to find out who framed Mike Black for murder.

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