Devon Ross was a television news reporter at the top-rated station in the number one market. He was serious about journalism, and he loved his work. Too much so for wife, who had left him two cities earlier. Being the newest reporter on staff meant he had the early shift, and one frigid winter morning he was sent out to the furthest reaches of LaGuardia Airport where the police were pulling in a "floater" out of the Flushing Bay. No, the one was chained to another body. The reporter learned from the cops that the two were victims of the violent drug war that had long plagued New York. It was the beginning of a trail for Devon Ross that led through more killings to the top drug lords and a life-threatening climax.
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About the Author
A national award-winning journalist, Tony Seton is also and a writer, publisher, public speaker, business and political consultant, and communications specialist. Early in his career as a broadcast journalist, he covered Watergate, six national elections, and five space shots, produced Barbara Walters' news interviews, and won several national awards for his business-economics coverage, all for ABC Network Television News. Later, Tony wrote, produced, directed, and reported two award-winning public television documentaries. He has conducted over 2,500 interviews and syndicated more than 2,200 essays for print and broadcast. Tony has also logged over 500 hours of live news and talk radio. He has taught journalism and media at the college and graduate level, and was an adjunct professor at the Monterey Institute for International Studies. He has written two instructional books: Don't Mess with the Press / How to Write, Produce and Report Quality Television News and The Quality Interview / Getting It Right on Both Sides of the Mic. In the past four years, in addition to his business and political consulting work, Tony has written and published 21 novels and volumes of short stories, and three non-fiction books. And he has designed, edited, and published 15 books - fiction and non-fiction - for clients. Tony is also a private pilot and a photographer.