Jon A. Jackson’s novels about Detroit Detective Sergeant “Fang” Mulheisen have been acclaimed as “addictive” by the Chicago Tribune
. Now in Dead Folks
, Mulheisen finds himself on the trail of his long-time archenemy, Joe Service. Joe, just out of a coma and on the run from a mob hit in the company of a beguiling nurse, finds himself in Salt Lake City
, struggling to regain his memory and the millions of dollars heisted by his longtime lover, Helen Sedlacek. Dead bodies begin to turn up around town and it’s up to Mulheisen to put together the puzzle pieces. His Expertise and instincts eventually put him on the trail to Joe Service and lead them both toward a climactic page-turning ending that readers will not soon forget.