Brash and apathetic to a fault, Detective Bobby Forsett retreats from a crumbling personal and professional world he fashioned around twenty-six years of dedicated police service. Seeking solace and personal redemption he finds himself pulled back by fading sentiments he’s trying to deny and vengeful forces intent on reminding him why he never should have left. Set amid the pristine forests and mountain grandeur that surround the gem of the Pacific Northwest’s urban coastal region, Vancouver Canada, the story offers glimpses into noble souls whose deeds are anything but, and callous tormentors whose intentions are all that and more. Bobby relentlessly pursues justice to the literal precipice rediscovering a commitment to past ideals and frayed emotional ties he’d considered relics of a past best forgotten.
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by on August 31, 2016
- AbbottPress, June 2012
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