About the Book
Once again Detective William H. Ryan is called upon to pull together a task force to solve multiple murders that span a two-state area. The murders are in Long Island and also spread across the boroughs of New York City.
Many of Ryan’s family, in and out of Organized Crime, are drawn into the quest for the killer or killers, who seem to follow no rhyme or reason in selection of the victims. Each victim is brutally killed, in a sadistic and senseless way.
The involvement, and unknown inter-workings, of organized crime interwoven with a hard working Detective Division, of a big city police force working with members of much smaller local police departments offer some level of understanding of the complexities of finding the guilty party. It also shows that finding is not always enough.
The investigation uncovers the sickness of a mind and the ease that anyone may be touched by its owner.
We are all vulnerable and accessible, no matter how secure we may feel.
About the Author
Gilbert T. Engelke Jr. was born in 1947 in New York, New York, and grew up living in both New York and then New Jersey. He now lives in Savannah, Georgia with his wife, Janet. He has a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering and served in Vietnam with the U. S. Army, as a Combat Medical Specialist, from 1966 through 1968. He also is a life member of the Disabled American Veterans Organization and Full Member of ASHRAE.
He enjoys the outdoor sports of golfing and fishing and the inside activities of reading, writing and time with Janet, their Bullmastiff, Angel and their All-American Susie. He currently is the General Manager for the local branch of Siemens Building Technologies and will continue to write as long as the words and breath continue to happen.