Fortunately, his badge puts him in constant contact with the dregs of society and keeps him busy. And, when the murders slow down, there's always that stack of cold cases to work on.
Bocello banters with his partner, Detective Steve Parsons, does a little socializing, and then all hell breaks loose when a series of murders leave the victims looking like bloody jigsaw puzzles.
Badge was put out by Sarah Publishing and is available in paperback (250 pages) as well as Kindle at Amazon. The formats aren't listed together (oops), but trust me, they are both available. The kindle edition is 605 kb at just $2.99. The novel is well formatted and edited.
The story builds slowly, moving forwards past police work, parties, a partner who is perpetually incompetent and embarrassing in social situations but seems to do just fine for himself with the ladies, and a nagging feeling that perhaps those bodies are jigsaw puzzles, and not only could they be fit back together, but each of the new murders could be pieced together some those from the past.
There is plenty of barnstorming for ideas and sleuthing in this book, and you will enjoy the plot twists and the anticiipation of figuring out hte cluues right along with Detective Bocello. Enjoy.
Thanks for reading - Al W Moe