Copperhead (Book 2)
Abel Torres is now one of the most famous young men in America, a national hero, a sophomore at San Francisco State with a musical career beginning to launch. Record producers are approaching him, even a film company. As he prepares for the opening of Les Miz, a reporter demands a response to an anonymous tip about his lucrative relationships with wealthy men, not just the congressman. “Are you a prostitute?” the man asks. Has he been betrayed by a friend? This could ruin his career just as it’s starting to rise. His family would be disgraced. Prince Ali would be implicated; his uncle powerful and ruthless. Could Dirksen be arrested?