Synopses & Reviews
No boundaries. No limits. No turning back.
His boots are frozen. His hands are covered with sin: the blood and sweat of a trashed motel room where a wealthy Chicago doctor has been on a binge of sex, sadism, and drugs. Harding is just doing his job, an unlicensed PI running surveillance on a cheating husband. At stake is a woman's divorce settlement, two million dollars in a Swiss bank account, and some harrowing videotape. But for Harding, a simple domestic case is about to explode into the Chicago night.
Suddenly, the investigation into Elenya Rosenberg's depraved doctor husband is leading Harding to places he can't afford to go-and to a bizarre killer with a taste for body-piercing and ancient Greek philosophy. And as Harding gets closer to the sordid truth about the Rosenbergs, he collides with a violent chapter of his own past-when Harding made a choice, a bad man went free, and a good man went too far, but also not far enough. . .
About the Author
John Wessel lives in Lincolnshire, Illinois, with his wife. This is his first novel.