Delorean Harper is a knight in tarnished armor who can’t seem to stay out of trouble. When he’s offered a high-paying job working for a real estate baron in a small beach town, it seems like easy money and a chance to lay low for a while. He hadn’t planned on doing battle with lethal predators who want Delorean off of their hunting ground.
Delorean’s new job has some upsides, too, including a rent-free house at the top of a hill facing the Pacific Ocean. The view isn’t bad, either - his downhill neighbor is Angie Silver, a gorgeous performance artist who uses her body as a paintbrush and her surroundings as a canvas. Delorean tries to be a good neighbor by helping her turn one of her dark fantasies into reality, and when the video is published and goes viral, she becomes famous. Unfortunately, her fame comes with a price, attracting the attention of both her violent ex-husband and an obsessed stalker with something to prove.
When Angie goes missing, the detective assigned to the case discovers Delorean’s long history of violence and makes it clear that he is the prime suspect. Delorean knows that he’ll have to solve the mystery of Angie’s disappearance on his own, and it won’t be easy, because cold-blooded killers know how to hide their tracks. Delorean’s headed into a dark forest where he’ll uncover secrets of desperate passion, serial murder, and opponents more clever, patient, and deadly than he could ever have imagined.
All The Way Gone is the fifth book in the Delorean Harper series.