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Jeff Prentiss’s life is a mess. As a homicide detective working in St. Petersburg, he knows he’s made too many mistakes and made too many enemies. When his wife’s ex-husband, Roy Lee Evans, is released from prison and threatens his family, Jeff does what he must to keep them safe. Now fighting for his career, his wife Lori believes he knows more about Evans’ whereabouts than he’s willing to say. With his family life strained to the breaking point, a “celebrity” thief is found dead, and Jeff and his new partner find themselves roasting in the media spotlight. There’s a disc that ties the dead man to a political bigshot in Tampa, but the link doesn’t make any sense.

Everything keeps coming back to Lori’s missing ex, even as the case points to an organized crime operation. Jeff compounds old mistakes with new ones and as the investigation continues, he begins a slow descent into his own darkened version of Hell. Should he share everything with his partner, be honest with Lori? Only she’s disappeared and Jeff is a man in search of the truth, but he knows that if he finds it, it just might kill them all.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781933586823
Publisher: Stark House Press
Publication date: 12/21/2015
Pages: 258
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.54(d)

About the Author

Rick Ollerman was born in Minneapolis, MN in 1963. He grew up liking sports and music and has been a part of numerous skydiving world records and competitions. After working in IT for many years, an injury forced him to curtail his start at a writing career and eventually become a stay at home dad. His non-fiction articles have appeared in sports and professional magazines, and he has numerous book introductions to his credit. After living in Minneapolis, Connecticut, Atlanta and various towns and cities in Florida, he now lives with his wife and two children in northern New Hampshire.
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