Most readers hear about a crime from a news source, paper or broadcast, presented through the eyes or a reporter who may have personal prejudices, This story is presented through the eyes of some one attending, like the jury, hears the actual admissible facts. Judge for your self what crimes were commited. The author attemps to present them in the order they would be presented in court.
Ian Nash, police detective with not enough to do, is handed a missing persons file to follow up. Due to in-department slip ups and buck passing the file has been bungled. Ian discovers some mystery in trying to trace a husband reported missing from his living room while watching a hockey game on TV. Lea Lenard is re-assigned to assit him and gain some detective experience.
The Missing Parker is a mystery set on a semi-isolated island in the Gulf of Georgia, between Vancouver and Victoria. When a man is found murdered the Royal Canadian Police are summoned to investigate.
Shel Holack is sent to investigate, she knows the'How' of the killing and the 'Where'and 'When' but nothing else and in particular any motive.