Don Easton worked as an undercover Mountie for twenty years, including seven years in an RCMP Intelligence Unit. These experiences bring a unique, edgy realism to his writing. Subverting Justice is Easton's eleventh Jack Taggart Mystery in a series that includes Loose Ends, Above Ground, Corporate Asset, The Benefactor, and Art and Murder. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia.
In his seventh appearance, undercover agent Jack Taggart is forced to play a risky game, making a deal with one devil to bring down another.
Corporate Asset takes undercover operative Jack Taggart into the world of white-collar crime and murder. Insurance companies are being bilked out of millions of dollars. Multiple murders take place right under the cops’ noses but being written off as accidental.
Taggart gets a whiff of what is going on when he captures a drug trafficker willing to expose one of the murderers connected to the plot. The problem is the new informant is also a serial rapist.
Corporate Asset pits Taggart against the gut-wrenching proposition of letting a rapist go in order to catch a serial killer. It is a race against time to catch the murderer before the rapist strikes again.
Easton's story-telling in Corporate Asset propels him to the very top of his game.