Book three of the Duke Becker series.
Inspector Duke Becker and his squad are having a few weeks of peace and quiet when a case is brought to the squad by Detective Michelle Goldman. A fellow detective has been investigating a baffling homicide and Goldman believes the Special Investigations Unit, Homicide might be able to help out. When another homicide is discovered along with a second strange object left behind by the killer, Inspector Becker and his squad move into high gear. Soon the squad figures out this killer is identifying with the classic movie, Casablanca. What is the killer’s motive, how does he pick out his victims, and who is the killer are questions Becker will need to answer if he is going to stop the killings.
“I was very quickly drawn in to the case of "The Prophet" and what I think made this even better for me is the fact that I kind of felt bad for the bad guy!” —Goodreads Reviewer
“This book was such a thrilling ride from start to finish. It's one of those stories that piques your interest, and doesn't let go.” —Goodreads Reviewer
Gary Kassay is a police detective, hostage negotiator, and forensic psychophysiologist. As a New York City police officer, Gary was a member of the department's Canine Unit. After leaving New York, he worked for the TSA in Greensboro, North Carolina, and served as a Lieutenant in Guilford County. Gary then moved to Casper, Wyoming, with his wife Raella, where he is currently working as a detective for the Casper Police Department. Murder by the Invisibles is the fourth in Gary’s highly successful Duke Becker Series, which also includes Murder in Silence, Murder by Prophecy, and Classic Murder. Look for the entire Duke Becker series in audio from Cherry Hill Publishing.
Andy White is a retired educator with over twenty years experience telling stories of math and science in Salt Lake City area schools. Along with an education education, his academic background includes degrees in broadcasting, ecology, and business. He is an active outdoorsman; trail running, hiking, backpacking, canoeing, telemark skiing, and keeping his eyes open for what nature will please him with next. With his retirement from teaching, he re-engaged his interest in broadcasting in hopes of sharing stories with a wider audience. He and his wife have raised two boys, four dogs, and are currently working on cats number five and six.