Jon Rio, with the help of his partner, two rookie cops and an FBI agent, must find the Chameleon before he reenacts one of history’s most horrendous unsolved crimes.
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The breadcrumbs lead Jon and his team to an autistic man with buried clues, a cross-dressing hooker with a knowledge of the streets, a drug dealer who has seen the killer’s face, a reporter with an ax to grind with Jon Rio, an uncooperative wife of a dead serial killer, and they stare into the darkness that is Leroy Douglas an ex-con who fits the bill of these killings too well.
A hero falls, a protégé emerges, and Jon Rio is a reluctant idol. Why shouldn’t he be? All those he comes in contact with wind up just as damaged as he is or dead. These killings seem to have no reason, but Jon Rio will find out that the actions of his past are the reasons for all the violence. There is only one way Jon Rio can make it right, by finding his kidnapped partner before its too late.
Will Jon Rio continue to be the poison in the lives of so many, or will he finally do the right thing?
Everyone has a reason to hate Detective Jon Rio.