Moving from Chicago to San Francisco is the bittersweet closing of one chapter in Cole's life and beginning of a new one. Before he can say good-bye to the Windy City the call for help from an old friend pits Cole against the seedy underbelly of pornography and child abduction.
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The emotional pile driver of rediscovering the love he thought lost forever, only to have her snatched way by a fatal illness, has left Cole Sage vulnerable but reborn. The healing reunion and bitter loss of his beloved Ellie is softened by Cole being introduced to the daughter he never knew he had.
This new beginning makes the offer of a new job on the West Coast an easy decision for Cole. From the start Cole is thrown into an investigation of the brutal killing of three little girls in San Francisco.
This tale of two cities puts Cole's investigative skills to the test and the loyalty to friends above the law. Two cities connected by a thread of perversity and a pair of evil pedophiles with no respect for life, family or the innocence of children.
"Not getting involved" is not in Cole's nature and even his helping solve one mystery may not be enough to get him out of Chicago alive.