Colton Parker Must Survive in a World Where Wrong is Right.
The unthinkable has happened. Colton Parker’s troubled fifteen-year-old daughter has run away — and he fears that she’s become a prostitute.
Colton — a former FBI agent turned private investigator — knows that bad things often happen to good people. And that sometimes, it takes evil to fight evil — even when it’s “wrong” to do so.
Colton’s search for Cassie takes him from the pool halls of Indianapolis to the casinos and brothels of Las Vegas. Along the way Colton finds a new friend willing to lend a hand — and a new enemy that is more powerful than anyone he has ever confronted.
“Former FBI agent Colton Parker just might be the baddest private detective on the block. Told with a sparse, tough prose reminiscent of the late Robert Parker, Brandt Dodson just might be the author fans of the ‘Spenser’ series have been yearning for.” — Vincent Zandri, International Bestselling author of The Innocent, The Remains, and Concrete Pearl.
“Colton pulls no punches. Neither does Brandt Dodson. With respect for his audience, Dodson manages to make things remarkably gritty. He writes with snappy dialogue, cynicism, and a minimalistic approach to emotion that works. Whether this is the last of the series or not, the Colton Parker mysteries will stand as some of the best ever in this market.” Eric Wilson, novelist.
In Darker Places was previously published under the title The Lost Sheep.