White is the colour of innocence, purity and virtue — so easily stained and defiled.
White is the colour of a commodity — gram for gram more precious than gold.
And White, for many, is the colour of death — inevitable when powerful worlds collide.
At the start of the new millennium the world’s media coined a phrase — The Heroin Drought. And while the impact on drug supply was widely reported, the story of what led to this scarcity has never been told — until WHITE.
In this exciting new thriller, the first in the Colours of Crime series, Conrad Jaymes take us into the darkest corners of the drug war and introduces us to some of her combatants.
Peter Balino — a tough, complex man, haunted by his past, unsure of his future.
The Say Tong — the most powerful criminal organisation in East Asia, run by men of knife-edge ambition and cruelty. Men known as Snake Eyes, The Vampire and The Giant.
This is a story for fans of true crime.
A story born in the headlines.
A story so real it may just be true.