Challange

April 4, 1968.  Martin Luther King is dead and so is Brenda Queen, shot on stage at the Howard Theatre, Washington’s soul music showcase, as rioters rage through the capital.  Was it a tragic accident, a calculated crime, or something else?

That’s what Jake Katz, a rookie cop on the Metropolitan Police Department, has to figure out in DEATH AT THE HOWARD, a novel about a web of events that will change him, his city, and his country forever.  Through it all, Katz learns who he is and who he aspires to be, at an unexpected cost to both him and his family.  The echoes of that time still reverberate through the country today, not just for those of us who lived through it, but for all Americans.  DEATH AT THE HOWARD vividly shows readers of all ages why.