The body of Pastor Sandy Gardner, a TV preacher with a global following, turns up near a Halifax container pier. The mysterious case lands with Cam Neville, a city cop with a dead wife, PTSD, and a haunting past. Can Neville, a former biker and war hero, solve the killing and find himself?
In search of the truth, Neville and his partner, a Mi’kmaw Mountie named Blair Christmas, enter a perilous world of strippers, kiddie porn, and corruption that threatens to destroy them. Meanwhile, Neville is torn between loyalties to his two brothers, one still with the Satan’s Stallion bike club founded by their father, and another, a priest who wants to save everyone, including Cam.
In Disposable Souls, author Phonse Jessome has created a complex and compelling protagonist and placed him in a gritty underbelly of bikers, cops, and killers, masterfully blurring the lines between good and bad, sinners and saints.
Phonse Jessome is an award-winning Canadian Journalist and bestselling author. He has covered some of the biggest stories in Canada and abroad over the past thirty-five years. His book Murder at McDonald’s was lauded as one of Canada’s best true crime titles. Somebody’s Daughter takes readers inside the deadly world of human trafficking. Phonse lives in Halifax, where he is now taking decades of experience covering crime into the field of crime fiction.