How do you solve a murder case when you’re the speculated culprit?Lieutenant J. Derricks is a great homicide detective in the Culver City Police Department. He transferred to the suburbs after his partner was shot and killed in a tragic robbery attempt in L.A.Derricks was bitter after that fiasco. He went through so many rookie detectives vying to be his partner that he hazed into a transfer. There was another partner. A Native American female named Raven Thunderstar. He tried to haze her, but she was quicker than his previous partner candidates.While training her, bizarre murders began to happen in the suburbs that Derricks had strange premonition dreams about before they were reported. He told no one about his premonitions, but they kept occurring.How could he train his rookie detective on a murder case when he’s the suspect?In this thrilling crime drama you get…A hardened veteran copAn eager Native-American young female rookie detectiveThe longing to be back in the city solving crimesNatural disdain of a vet training the rookieUnnatural frequency of murder in the suburbsAn unfortunate medial disaster which leads to a covert romanceA wild conclusionFind out how Derricks solves this clouded murder case in Thick Blood Theory: When Conspiracy Means Murder
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Kyle was in sales for 21 years. He spanned from a telemarketer to a product trainer. His product knowledge was vast. It spanned from replacement windows to home maintenance equipment, with automobiles, and many electronics thrown in. He could tell you the difference between a veractor, and detant tuner, and even what they were. He went into military Intelligence when he graduated from high school, and had to know all NATO, and Warsaw Pact vehicles. He had many stories from the military, and many he made up.