Code Gray by Benny Sims is out now.
You can’t see the world in black and white until you eliminate the gray.
Weeks away from a national presidential election, politicians, voters and the news media are divided along ideological lines. The division becomes even deeper when members of the conservative media are being assassinated by a hidden killer. It’s up to veteran FBI agent Bodie Anderson to find him and bring him to justice.
After a successful 25-year career, Bodie is bone-weary and ready to retire, but the memory of a horrible tragedy from his past keeps him going.
He soon discovers he’s matching wits with a hired assassin who is equally as smart, and who shares a similar history. As the body count rises, with the future of the country at state, Bodie finds himself in a race against time to catch the killer, before a final, deadly showdown pushes him to his physical, mental limits.
Below is a review written by Bama Bookworm:
“Debut novel Code Gray by Benny Sims is an enjoyable, fast-paced read as it follows Agent Bodie Anderson in the investigation of a string of murders that appear politically motivated. The novel offers the feel of an old-fashioned detective story but is set against the background of our modern American political divide.
The plot twists and turns made me think twice about how we get information and who benefits from controlling what we know. The pace of the story kept me turning the pages and trying to see around the next corner. By the end, I felt connected to the characters and wanted to spend more time-solving cases with the likes of Bodie Anderson and rookie Tony Girardi.
I would love to see more from author Sims and from these characters!”
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