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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Police Officer Katrina (K.O.) Ogden works for the Honolulu Police Department. She runs a pretty tight ship in the ID and Records Department. Although she has been a resident for almost 20 years,she is still considered a “haole”, a white person.
The body of Mr. Ellis was found in a sacred burial ground. He was the spokesman for the Lt. Governor’s office in the Hawaiian Sovereignty. A militant group was determined to take Hawaii out of the hands of the US Government. Katrina overhears her boyfriend talking on the phone to the head of a timeshare condo scam. She suspects he could be involved in the murder. When another body turns up, her boyfriend is arrested. She starts getting strange emails. Her friends are victimized and framed. Someone is hacking into her computer. There are plenty of suspects.
The plot is filled with many twists and turns. I eagerly turned the pages curiously awaiting what would happen next. This is a thrilling mystery filled with corruption. Fans of mystery will not want to miss this one.