- True Crime, Biographies & Memoir
“Baroota” is a fictional tale of Nick Hudson a retired and aging cop attempting to get in one last mission to make a difference. He gets sucked in to an “off the books Black Ops mission” to rescue victims of Human Trafficking being sold into sexual slavery. He meets Nõnkos Zia or Nõn. A woman born in South Africa and herself a former victim of Muti-medicine, a type of medicine still practiced in South Africa that weaves the occult and human sacrifices into the locals belief system. She is also a victim of human trafficking, from which she barely escaped after taking revenge on her captors. They are outsiders in a dark twisted tale of deceit, lies and double crosses that take them to the “Darien Gap” of Panama, one of the most remote areas in the world to hunt human traffickers.
Zach Fortier is back with more true crime accounts from the streets. This time he deals with the subject of cops gone bad, including an account of one cop that made the FBI’s ten most wanted list for a brutal, quadruple murder. It’s hard to believe—and read—about so many police officers that fall from grace and make every mistake possible: theft, murder, fraud, drug abuse, and more. Not to mention the cops sent to prison, proving that “anyone is capable of anything given the right circumstances.” Get a rare insider’s look at what cops rarely talk about—true accounts of cops gone bad. It’s a ride on the dark side of law enforcement you won’t forget.