Trey Hampton is a computer whiz who likes to live on the edge, meanwhile attracting violence like a magnet. In his day job, he heads up computer operations for a large Atlanta health insurance agency. At night, he helps his friend, Jim Coltrain, a homicide detective and ex-drunk, to solve difficult murder cases. At the moment, the hunt is on for a serial killer who is garroting prostitutes and leaving their naked bodies in dumpsters around town. While on the case, Trey meets and falls for the curvaceous Suzie O'Toole, a third generation cop. The plot follows the twist and turn of the chase, which culminates in a surprise ending.
About the Author
B. A. McIlwain has been a: refinery pipefitter, display artwork, newspaper ad salesman, professional soldier, logistic advisor to a foreign government and transport economist in a large consulting engineer firm. He has worked in 26 of the U.S. states and 32 foreign countries, acquiring varying levels of proficiency in French, German, Japanese and Malay. A prolific technical writer, Trey is his fourth novel of fiction. He is now living and writing in South Carolina.