The SamaritanBook - 2011
From the Publisher: As a kid, Kevin Hatch Easter never had it easy, growing up half Seneca Indian in a mostly white society. Following the tragic death of his parents when he was only nine, Hatch found himself living on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation with his shaman grandfather. But as an adult, hes found a job he believes in tracker for the Central Intelligence Agency and a wife, Karen, he cherishes. That life is shattered on a hot August night in New York City when a mob collection gone wrong leaves three people dead, Karen Easter among them. Just a few days later, police find the gunman dead, the murder weapon on him, and the criminal case is all but closed. Except someone doesn't buy it. Someone thinks the guilty parties are still out there. And that someone wants revenge.
Publisher: Baltimore, MD : Bancroft Press, c2011
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: Fiction
Characteristics: 307 p. ; 24 cm