Bob Brink's New Legal Thriller is a Gripping Story On Police Brutality Against African Americans
Bob Brink's intriguing legal mystery, "Blood on Their Hands", will be released May 4.
By: TouchPoint Press
In his novel, Brink creates a suspenseful and eminently timely story, tackling the subject of police brutality against African Americans. Blood on Their Hands boasts an intricate plot and plenty of action, making it perfect for readers who love suspense, legal intrigue, and mystery stories. Brink creates a compelling and unique story by taking on a difficult subject and combining it with comic relief and a tragic love story that will renew readers' hope for redemption.
About Bob Brink
Bob Brink is a journalist who worked with the Palm Beach Post, The Associated Press in Chicago, Milwaukee Journal, Tampa Tribune, Joliet Herald-News, and Palm Beach Media Group (magazines). His byline was on thousands of news stories, features, and entertainment reviews. Brink has won numerous writing accolades and several awards. He has been a blogger for several years, and is the author of several books, including Murder in Palm Beach: The Homicide That Never Died, a "faction" novel about a sensational 1976 murder that became an Amazon Best Seller for 15 weeks. Brink's first book, A Tale of Two Continents: Jetting Across the Globe to Have a Baby, is a short memoir that he ghost-wrote for a woman. Almost simultaneously, he authored Breaking Out, a coming-of-age novel about a troubled young man. Recently, he compiled a book of short stories titled The Way It Was: Short Stories and Tall Tales.
Ashley Carlson, Media Liaison for TouchPoint Press