Moonlight Runner by Bentley Chance
In 1920, rum running could make a man rich. It could also get him dead. Garrett O’Donnell was willing to take the risk.
Bentley Chance is a retired lieutenant with over thirty years at a mid-size Washington police department. His assignments included patrol, traffic, street crimes, S.W.A.T. and narcotics followed by commands in every division of the department.
Although fictional, his books are heavily influenced by extensive training and experience. With the exception of certain historical figures, the characters are products of imagination. Many real locations and businesses are mentioned. This is not to suggest any involvement in actual crimes. They are used only as a setting within which the stories take place.
The author dedicates these books to the men and women of law enforcement who risk their lives to protect us each and every day.