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Raised within the bosom of the interior urban, white Detroit murder cop Danny Cavanaugh speaks and acts with the unmistakable perspective of a black guy. however the savage murders of prosperous African-Americans are plunging him into the city middle of terror, the place he'll study first-hand how robust, inviolate -- and lethal -- the colour line really is.
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Danny was trying to get away from the discussion, but Gordon was right. The death of his mother was COLOR OF JUSTICE 35 something he thought about each day. Lucy had descended those stairs thousands of times and never had she slipped. Sure she was old, but she was in good shape. He didn’t like to think about it because if she didn’t slip and fall, then the alternative was too terrible to imagine. “I only bring it up,” said Gordon, “because you always do at some point. ” Danny had successfully completed an anger management course, but it was strongly suggested that he see the department shrink in order to solidify his hold on a gold shield.
And there in the midst of America’s unwanted lives, they had all gone a little insane. Rimba turned to music as a refuge, shutting out the world. Akema was short-tempered and quick to violence, and Muhammad was calculating and devoid of pity and remorse. This was what their father had made them, according to Muhammad, and it was nothing to be ashamed of. Muhammad ended up in juvenile detention at fifteen. He’d cut up a rival gang member and copped to it to get a light sentence. He lost touch with Rimba and Akema for the first time and it 52 G A RY H A R D W I C K drove him crazy not knowing what had become of his brothers.
The papers were stacked in a thick pile on his desk as he struggled to complete them. Erik sat across from him reading the morning paper. The Sewer was a cramped room full of furniture older than time. The air had a feel to it, heavy, like something just wasn’t right. The desks were placed close together and facing each other so you could talk to your partner.