The Outsider by Chris Culver
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The Outsider Summary
Ash Rashid stands alone. A 12-year veteran of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, and one of the few Muslim-Americans on the force, he's unafraid of bending the rules in the pursuit of justice. But now, Ash wants out. He's finished law school, and is aiming to become a prosecutor. The last thing he wants is to become embroiled in a new homicide investigation.
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"Ash's struggles to resist the temptations of alcohol, forbidden by his Muslim faith, add depth to his character. Readers will be curious to see what happens to him in his next outing." - Publishers Weekly
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Chris Culver is the New York Times bestselling author of the Ash Rashid series of mysteries. After graduate school, Chris taught courses in ethics and comparative religion at a small liberal arts university in southern Arkansas. Between classes, he wrote The Abbey, which spent sixteen weeks on the New York Times ebook bestseller list. He, his wife, and their Labrador retriever currently live near St. Louis, Missouri, where Chris is working on his next novel.
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