Young, homeless, pregnant minority women and their unborn infants are dying in the emergency rooms in East Los Angeles...
When three pregnant, homeless women die within a week of one another inside the emergency room of County Hospital in East Los Angeles, Dr. Kelly Morales begins to question why and how. When Dr. Morales attempts to question her colleague pathologist Dr. Jake Hamilton he becomes agitated and obviously anxious at her questions. Hours later, Dr. Hamilton is murdered.
A cryptic e-mail is sent to journalist Georgia (Gem) Michaels insisting she look into the brutal slaying of a San Diego County family in 2008 that was chalked up to The Mexican Cartel. The email also insists she keeps an eye on her neighbor. At first, Gem thinks the email is nothing but a joke, but her gut tells her that maybe checking out her handsome but odd neighbor is worth her time.
Terrorized and brutalized chemist Dr. Ryan Horner is being held against his will. He knows that if he does not do the bidding of a group who call themselves The Brotherhood that the lives of his wife and children are at grave risk.
In a race against good versus true evil, Dr. Kelly Morales, Gem Michaels, Dr. Ryan Horner, and Detective Tony Pazzini search to uncover the truth and expose it behind the deaths and murders that make up Project Covert Reich.
While it's not hard to believe that there could be people that actually tried to pull this off, just listening to the first few chapters was such a turn off that I had to stop listening. Nothing made me want to listen for more of the story. I could only think that this was too repugnant and I had many other books in my library that would be a better investment of my time.
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I really liked the story but the written went off into some lengthy paragraphs about rights which were a little too much for the story line and sounded more like a campaign for human rights. I don't want this to come off the wrong way it was just a little much and would have flowed better if the writer would have kept it short.
loved it! while listening I was able to remain focused on the story without being easily distracted, that's an A plus in my book.