In the New York Times best seller Dress Gray, Ry Slaight was a rebellious cadet who almost destroyed West Point when he exposed and solved the murder of a gay cadet in 1969. Now, nearly three decades later, Slaight's been promoted to Lieutenant General and appointed Superintendent of the Military Academy.When a female cadet dies during parade, an autopsy establishes that she had sex with multiple partners the night before. Was she the victim of a gang rape? Was there a cadet orgy? Don't ask. Don't tell.And when the Commandant of Cadets aligns himself with a faction that believes the military academy should produce stone killers rather than an officer corps with a conscience, Slaight finds himself up against the same problems that bedeviled him as a cadet.Now he's the only man who can put it back on its feet, as Full Dress Gray marches inexorably toward a climactic courtroom battle torn straight from today's headlines.More
"This novel has it all - sex, politics, conspiracy. Truscott writes about military life with the authority of someone who has lived it." (Amazon.com review)
"[A] thoroughly satisfying mystery story with an uncommon setting. Cadets still live in a world of macho loyalties and politics, 'a kind of separate reality,' but justice does ultimately triumph within its halls. Strongly recommended." (Library Journal)
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A Worthy sequel to Dress Gray
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