The city of Pittsburgh keeps its streets safe, partly thanks to Lt. Grady Rivers. The police officer is fiercely intelligent and specializes in undercover operations. It is this set of skills that are sought by New York's finest. Grady is thrown from his hometown into the New York City underworld in order to stop one of the largest drug rings in the Northeast. The NYPD task him with uncovering the identity of the organization's mysterious leader, Dean. It will take all of his cunning to stop this deadly drug lord.
Marijuana was used by our ancient ancestors in many corners of the world. There is evidence that shows that cannabis was indeed part of their daily activity, as several remnants of cannabis were found in ancient sites and mummies.
Lt. Grady Rivers is more determined than ever to find the drug kingpin, Dean. Grady's cover is blown, he's at risk of losing his job and his heart has been ripped apart by the beautiful, mysterious Lara. Despite the downward spiral of events, he's more determined than ever to stop the self-named "Dean." He doesn't have a choice, the woman he loves might be Dean's next victim and even though her life's at risk, she's not talking. She might be the only person able to help the NYC police stop the kingpin.
After his undercover operation resulted in two bullets ripping through his body, Lt. Grady Rivers is more determined than ever to see the case through. Despite the objections of Commissioner Baxton, Grady wants to go back undercover to apprehend the drug kingpin, Dean - except his only lead to the man happens to suspect him of being a police officer. Now Grady has to convince Lara he is not an undercover cop. To do so, he will have to put his morals aside for the sake of duty.
This amusing audiobook helps listeners recognize the ways that unchecked stress, inattention, and multitasking can undermine their ability to handle all the competing responsibilities of life. The examples in this book, cautionary tales compiled from Dr. Geri Markel's Managing Your Mind Newsletter, can help listeners analyze distracting situations, gain a healthy perspective on the causes and consequences, and appreciate the humor in the human foibles we all share.