Innocence by John Brackenridge
Bent cops run a drug supply line. Another cop oversteps the line and arrests someone he shouldn’t. He gets pistol whipped to keep him in line. PC Overseer leaves the gun in a cab. Jay Exe is the cab driver. His world becomes hell.
PC Mike Christie is young and naive. He becomes drawn into a world he doesn’t understand. He is the innocent.
Milton Sear works with the bent cops. He is a killer. He wants his gun back. Everything starts to unravel. He kills again.
Someone tells tales. The Internal Investigation Department find out about the drug operation. Twists and turns lead to a remarkable and damning conclusion.
Terrifying and unsettling, yet deeply moving, ‘Innocence’ shows the banality of evil through those we believe protect us. It is the story of organised crime perpetrated by police officers. It is contemporary and relevant, a 21st century tale of broken morality. Inspired by true events, ‘Innocence’ is life.
Genre: Crime, Mystery & Thriller