Private investigator Jack Steele is drawn into a fight against human traffickers when his fiancé dies defending a boy fleeing his captors. This Albanian criminal ring, known as The Outfit, serves extremely wealthy and depraved clients, which include a Catholic priest who abuses and murders children, assuaging his guilt by providing “angels” for heaven.
The book reads like a Saturday serial of the 1940s. It is for readers who want non-stop gun battles, over-the-top protagonists who perform superhuman acts of physical prowess, and submersion in a violent world where the hero never gets a scratch.
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