Schism: A Detective Mike Eiser Novel

Mad Dog Lincoln is a leader in the Raven’s Claws gang. He is also a federal informant and gun runner, obsessed with adding Quinton Thomas to his gang and playing a dangerous game of double-cross with his contacts. But Mike Eiser is onto Mad Dog and Quinton’s mother, Kat Thomas, may play out Mad Dog’s last hand for him.

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Atlanta’s infamous Bowen Homes Projects is no place for children, especially two teenaged boys. If anyone knows, it’s Kat Thomas. The single mom has seen enough senseless death and broken dreams to last a lifetime, and she is seeking a different future in Poplar Bluffs.
But dark shadows fall on the even the brightest futures..
“Mad Dog” Lincoln lives up to his name every day on the streets; never more so than the time he killed Kat’s fiancée to leave her broke, pregnant and alone. Now, the dog is demanding one of her sons as the newest recruit for his gang, the Raven’s Claws.
Kat is desperate to save her family from a life of crime but a single mother is no match for a raging criminal like Mad Dog, whom even the police avoid. All but one, that is; Detective Mike Eiser. Determined to end Lincoln’s reign of terror once and for all, Eiser will soon discover that ruining Lincoln’s plans might just turn a mad dog rabid.

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Clabe Polk is into a second career as a writer of fiction.  So far, he has written two novels, several short stories, assorted screen plays and has a couple of novels in process. He is a life-long reader with a great variety of life experiences that has led him to write a variety of different types of fiction.

Mr. Polk retired after nearly thirty-seven years in professional environmental protection, that included administrative, civil, and criminal law enforcement.  Having studied Marine Zoology and natural sciences at the University of South Florida, he has spent most of his life among the woods, waters, fields and farms of Florida and Georgia.

He currently lives in Powder Springs, Georgia with his wife, two daughters and the family’s cockerpoo named ‘Annie’.