Pitiless: An Isaac Black Missing Persons Investigation - John Charles Berry

Pitiless: An Isaac Black Missing Persons Investigation

By John Charles Berry

  • Release Date - Published: 2016-11-28
  • Book Genre: Police Procedural
  • Author: John Charles Berry
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In the thrilling second installment of the Isaac Black Missing Persons Investigations, Black finds himself confronted with the possibility that a sex ring is forcing teen girls into the trade.

Isaac Black is a detective driven as much by his own inner demons as by his personal mission to restore the missing to their loved ones. Black lives in a world of in-betweens: a drunk who doesn’t drink, half African-American and half Caucasian, a former Homicide detective now in Missing Persons. Detectives who’ve worked with him the longest find that they can walk all the way around Isaac Black, but they can rarely get inside.

This novel is an unflinching exploration into the darker side of humanity, but with a halo of light as an unyielding detective remains true to his instincts and a young woman fights like hell to keep her dignity.

Find out why readers say:
“Isaac Black is a soul tortured detective who really cares.”
“Don’t we all have a little Isaac Black in our souls? His struggles reflect our own”
John Charles Berry’s books are “hard to put down,” “riveting read!” and “must read”

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