#6 of The Detective William Ryan Series
About the Book
Once again Detective William Ryan is placed in the position to solve and stop a string of killings plaguing the City of New York, its residents, and its visitors. It is believed that the bodies are from across all of the five boroughs of the city, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Westchester. This causing and affecting fear and dread in the normal lives of the citizens, their lives truly being affected and disrupted. With a string of bodies, prostitutes-police officers-everyday citizens, across such a large, populated area the case turns for the worst when it is deduced that the killings are all being done by the same person. From the findings of Ryan, his team and the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office it is discovered that the killings span a time period of ten to fifteen years or more. At the same time, he, and his cousin Dutch, try to solve the disappearance of an entire family, Father, Mother, Children, Grand Children, Nieces, Nephews, Aunts and Uncles. All of them dead, seemingly with no rhyme or reason accept maybe their family blood line.
About the Author
Gilbert T. Engelke Jr. was born in New York, New York, and now lives in Savannah, Georgia with his wife, Janet. He has a degree in engineering, and served in Vietnam with the U. S. Army, as a Combat Medical Specialist from 1966 through 1968. He is a life member of the Disabled American Veterans Organization, and a member of the DAV, VFW, and American Legion. He enjoys the outdoor sports of golfing and fishing and the inside activities of darts, reading, writing, and spending time with Janet, and their Hound mix, Al and their Pug, Kim.