“After a dry spell for the detectives in the Minneapolis homicide department, old people are dropping like flies – really old people – people in their 80s and 90s – and not of natural causes. Those with tattoos on their wrists from the concentration camps were shot and one was tied to the railway tracks with barbed wire. What is going on? The victims are well respected in the community, sorely missed and often described as saints. The problem is – another one is found dead about every other day. The homicide detectives are running with any lead they can come up with. This is an amazing page turner that doesnt let you down and doesnt give up until the very end.