Madison Police Detective Molders is about to retire, when he is called in to assist with a drug related homicide. After a 29-year police career, he is burned out, cynical, and fed up with all the bullshit. He doesn’t care about glory, political correctness, department politics, or “feelings.” All he cares about is getting the bad guy, and he doesn’t care whose toes he steps on or who he pisses off in the process.
Molders is teamed up with brand new detective Brittany Walsh, who Molders thinks was promoted without merit. Walsh is smart, athletic, and has a master’s degree. She is also very beautiful, and she thinks Molders is a dinosaur. They work together, earn each other’s respect, and relentlessly pursue justice.
The investigation uncovers a ruthless killer, who thinks he is the devil. Molders and Walsh chase leads that link a series of brutal murders to their suspect. The investigation and subsequent trial take them through a seamy world of drug dealers, escorts, and drug addicts.
Mad City Justice
About the Author
Mike Montie grew up in northern Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison with a B.A. in Anthropology. He joined the University Police first as a dispatcher, then after graduating the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy, served as a UW Police Officer. Montie then became a City of Madison, Police Officer serving for 21 years, the last 11 as a Madison Police Detective. For 9 years Montie was assigned to the Dane County Narcotics and Gang Task Force, and was a Member of the Midwest Gang Investigators Association. Among other awards, Montie earned a commendation from the International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association. Retiring after a 29 year career, he now resides in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.