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The Shadows of Nazareth by S.R. Perricone

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The Shadows of Nazareth by S.R. Perricone

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About the Book:

In the weeks following the destruction wrought by Hurricane Katrina, thousands of runaways descended on ravaged New Orleans with the hopes of finding jobs to help rebuild one of America's most intriguing city—New Orleans. Young, naive, and ready for adventure, they unknowingly walked into the jaws of homicidal predators. When the storm-weary police discovered the naked and abused bodies of runaways, they called the FBI. In turn, the FBI requested their Behavioral Science Unit (BSU) from Quantico, Virginia. What revelations did the BSU uncover in their investigation? Who was involved? Why were these deviants pursuing these victims? When and where were these crazed characters performing their acts of atrocity? The task force needed to lure the degenerates from their lair. What did the agents do? Did the plan work..., and at what cost? In the midst of this ungodly investigation, there was more than physical evidence involved. Were there spirits? And, who is Father O'Malley? New Orleans, the city that care forgot. The Big Easy. Not for these victims. An old European state of mind in an American city with Napoleonic influences. The crusty but vivacious establishment driven by order and chaos. Where legality resides with corruption. This is New Orleans..., the unbridled example of life.

About the Author:

S.R. Perricone, for nearly forty years, served in most aspects of law enforcement. He was as a deputy sheriff, a police detective, an FBI agent and, for twenty-one years, a federal prosecutor. He was the Chief of the Organized Crime Strike Force. Before his retirement in 2012, Perricone served as the Senior Litigation Counsel for the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Orleans. He was an attorney for 35 years. During his career he specialized in public corruption and organized crime investigations and prosecutions. 

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About the Book:

In the weeks following the destruction wrought by Hurricane Katrina, thousands of runaways descended on ravaged New Orleans with the hopes of finding jobs to help rebuild one of America's most intriguing city—New Orleans. Young, naive, and ready for adventure, they unknowingly walked into the jaws of homicidal predators. When the storm-weary police discovered the naked and abused bodies of runaways, they called the FBI. In turn, the FBI requested their Behavioral Science Unit (BSU) from Quantico, Virginia. What revelations did the BSU uncover in their investigation? Who was involved? Why were these deviants pursuing these victims? When and where were these crazed characters performing their acts of atrocity? The task force needed to lure the degenerates from their lair. What did the agents do? Did the plan work..., and at what cost? In the midst of this ungodly investigation, there was more than physical evidence involved. Were there spirits? And, who is Father O'Malley? New Orleans, the city that care forgot. The Big Easy. Not for these victims. An old European state of mind in an American city with Napoleonic influences. The crusty but vivacious establishment driven by order and chaos. Where legality resides with corruption. This is New Orleans..., the unbridled example of life.

About the Author:

S.R. Perricone, for nearly forty years, served in most aspects of law enforcement. He was as a deputy sheriff, a police detective, an FBI agent and, for twenty-one years, a federal prosecutor. He was the Chief of the Organized Crime Strike Force. Before his retirement in 2012, Perricone served as the Senior Litigation Counsel for the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Orleans. He was an attorney for 35 years. During his career he specialized in public corruption and organized crime investigations and prosecutions.