When Zac Hunter receives a cry for help from former snitch, Angel Cortez, he rushes to her aid. Angel’s daughter Gracie is missing, and Lunatic, Angel’s gang leader boyfriend, knows more than he’s letting on. Discovering that a rival crew nabbed Gracie from an East LA park, Hunter agrees to do what he can to find the missing girl. Cassius is a major league low life, a drug dealer with the Imperial Knights whose shitty existence just gets shittier by the day.
Steven spent ten years churning out copy for one of Europe’s largest investment companies before he decided to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming an author. He is 44 years old and lives in Norwich with his wife, Lisa, and their chocolate Labrador, Murphy. He loves reading crime fiction and he’s also a big fan of rock ‘n’ roll – everything from early Elvis right through to the Foo Fighters.
His first novel, Justice For All, introduced Zac Hunter, an uncompromising ex-cop who’s on a one-man mission to clean up the mean streets of Los Angeles. In the sequel, Blood Law, Hunter’s search for a missing child leads him into dangerous territory and he soon finds himself caught in the middle of a gang war. The Beholder is Steven’s third novel, and this time Hunter must face off against his most dangerous foe to date, a psychotic serial killer who’s out to settle an old score.
Books by Steven Hague
When unlicensed PI Zac Hunter takes on a routine missing person case for a hotshot movie producer, he figures he can do a little good and make a little dough. But as the case sucks him deeper into the seedy underworld of L.A.’s strip clubs and sex dens, he starts to wonder just what the hell he’s gotten himself into. Eight hundred miles away, a deranged serial killer who calls himself the Beholder has a master plan.