The Fish House Gangis a group of “Big Shots” who provide counterpoint to the story. Meet Charles “Chic” Sparks, clinical psychologist, noted tenor soloist, local police consultant and native of the Florida panhandle, the place where the story begins. The murder of another panhandle local; Thomas Reed, a man possessed with the facade of a wealthy philanthropist and the soul of a big-time drug cartel money launderer, ignites a chain reaction of death and destruction that draws Chic into his most harrowing investigation yet.
Reed is killed by Randall Moss, a spaced-out crook with a serious inferiority complex. Unwittingly, Moss and his gang of callow misfits have stolen a safe that contains secrets that could expose the dark underbelly of the beast, the crime syndicate that controls a significant chunk of the American drug trade. A Mexican Cartel and an American bank formed this powerful syndicate.
Chic is brought into the fray by his personal connection to Suzy, who survives the murderous onslaught triggered by the syndicates need to reclaim the secrets of the safe. She is alive, but in fear for her life, she needs Chic, he needs to save her. A hot romance develops.
The reader follows Chic down a path of unpredictable twists and turns, encountering characters painted in 3 dimensions with bright, exotic colors. Fans of “The Firm” will enjoy the larger spiritual battle between good and evil, cloaked in this tale of money laundering and organized crime brought to bear by an unlikely hero.