Calgary, 1976. Life couldn’t be better for Brad Coulter, a Calgary cop. When a gun battle after an armed robbery kills his partner, he’s left grappling with the sudden burst of criminal activity in his otherwise quiet city.
His new partner, Jerry Briscoe, a bitter veteran, challenges Coulter to buck up or get out. Briscoe’s tough love gives Coulter the kick he needs and he wins a spot on the newly developed Tactical Support Unit.
A lone gunman high on glue, and a deadbeat father and abusive husband, prepare Coulter and the TSU for what is yet to come: the real crisis point that will forever change the face of a city and the cops that man its streets.
Crisis Point is an action-packed thriller that will have you racing to the showdown.
“A non-stop, action-packed, cop thriller with Canadian flair.”
Axel Howerton, author of HOT SINATRA
Outlaw Motorcycle gangs fight for control of the city. The war has begun.
As the war spins out of control no one is safe —not children, judges, or cops.
Who is their next target—Sergeant Brad Coulter?
Yet, stopping the war will bring an even greater threat to the city.
The consequences of failure are unimaginable.
With everything to lose, Sergeant Brad Coulter takes the fight to the streets.
He soon learns the devastating consequences.
It involved a woman. Cliché, I know, but it was about a woman. Not just any woman mind you, but the lovely Missy Garver. Long, golden red hair that shimmered with the touch of summer sun. Curves in all the right places, curves that drove you all the way up from her shapely calves to her luscious red lips. Skin so white and so smooth a guy could explore for hours and then explore some more.
She was an absolute dream. Her three brothers, on the other hand, were a nightmare. A nightmare that was currently re-enacting Ali vs Liston on my face. I was Liston. They’d thankfully moved on from using my face as a speed bag, and were concentrating their heavy bag workout on my midsection.