The book is called “Stolen Daughter,” and here’s the dope on it.
“Stolen Daughter” is a fast-paced private investigator book, about a man named Dolan, who used to serve as a distinguished detective in the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Unfortunately for Dolan, he came home early one day and caught a man in bed with his wife. Dolan, being a former Army Ranger and long-time boxer, didn’t react well to that situation. He beat the man about half to death and in the process, lost his job, his pension, and even custody of his daughter.
Now, he’s moved from Nashville to Knoxville, and he’s trying to get a new private investigator firm off the ground. This is proving far more difficult than he expected because he lacks any contacts in Knoxville and faces several well-established local firms. Worse, he spent his life savings trying to win back custody of his daughter.
This is all bad enough, but things turn worse for him when the case of a missing girl, who’s likely been abducted, falls in his lap.
The local cops have already given up on the case and Dolan’s her only chance. But money’s tight. And the aunt of the missing girl is dangerously beautiful.
Dolan begins investigating the case and races to North Carolina to try to save the girl, but soon realizes he’s in over his head. Evidence points out that he’s up against an organized criminal element that stretches all the way to Las Vegas. And worst of all, they’ve put a hit out on him and even have a dirty cop on their payroll.
Dolan is about to be in the fight of his life.
Stan R. Mitchell