Kane Kulpa is now the most influential criminal on the south side, which makes him the third or fourth most influential criminal in the city. As Kane’s competition works to consolidate power in the vacuum created by Tran Van Kahn’s death, Detective Vincent Bayonne investigates the death of the mayor’s son. The mayor’s search for justice and Bayonne’s search for truth appear to coincide, but in Central City, nothing’s as simple as it seems. To keep the city from falling into chaos, Kane must acknowledge the truth about himself and Bayonne must support Kane, even as they struggle to accept the men they’ve become.
Indy Perro is a novelist, an independent thinker, and a recovering academic. Indy has a degree in history, graduate degrees in religious studies, comparative literature, and education, and has spent more than a decade teaching philosophy, religious studies, writing, and literature. He lives in northern Colorado, and when he’s not at his desk, he loves to hike, run, read, and study languages.