Blood Moon Rising is the second novel in the Cooper Mystery Series and provides fodder for the upcoming third book in this trilogy.
In a dark and brooding voice, Cooper, philosophy prof turned PI, guides readers as he searches for his abducted young son as well as other people’s children caught in the hellish business of human trafficking.
Searching for his missing son is a constant in the life of Cooper, professor, homicide detective and private eye. The murky Everglades sets the scene for the dark challenges that face this brooding intellectual. Cooper and his quirky, fearless, and dangerous friends work cases involving sex trafficking, the sale of body parts, and other threatening global issues, as the team encounters the subterranean forces that prowl beneath the neon lights of Miami.
|Publisher:||Gulf Shore Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.92(d)|
About the Author
Conrath is a former Catholic priest who left to teach philosophy in a small college while freelancing for papers like the Cleveland Plain dealer and Sunday Magazine. He left teaching in 1984 and began a series of three-year stints in administration as a college vice-president, president, and then as headmaster of an American school in Turkey. It was there, during the darkness of the Turkish winters, that he began to write his first mystery.
Table of Contents
Part !:Before the War
Part 2: After the War