This is a great story. I have never read this author before, so decided to try the book. I am surely glad I did. I got it for my Kindle, and the book goes up to 5690, in case this helps anyone. The story is well written, but a bit lengthy and involved. The characters are well defined, and he gives details on all the characters, including the minor ones. This could well be why the book is a bit long, now that I think of it. The book is well researched and will keep you on the edge of your seat until the end.
Val is a former New Orleans detective and he is offered a job with the Campus Police Department. Val, after some hesitation, agrees to take the job. A child killer he helped arrest about ten years ago for the murder of her mother has just been enrolled at the university. Val discovers new information that suggests a bad cop is actually the one who did the murder. Val also discovers corporate corruption and voodoo and he handles these well. There is far too much to the story to give you a large synopsis, so you will have to read the book for more of that.
The author, to me, writes in the style of (not the same subject matter) Vince Flynn, the author of the Mitch Rap series, without all the blood and guts. There are some cuss words to this story, but no sex scenes. This is a mystery involving murder, so expect to see that.
All in all, this is a great book and I think you will enjoy it as much as I have.