I think Paul Doiron has it down now. This is his 7th book of his Mike Bowditch Series and now each book is getting better and better. It appears Mike is growing up at the age of 28.
The book starts with a Mike Bowditch pulling over a suspicious woman that keeps asking Mike to take him back to his residence so they can talk. Naturally, this being a book and also the curiosity of what she might want wins MIke over to the idea of taking her home, but Mike is very cautious. The woman explains that her son is a young man that just got out of prison on a couple of crimes of a sexual nature after being caught being 18 and sleeping with his underage girlfriend from an affluent family. She also tells Mike that her son and mike are step-brothers. Queue the soap opera organ music. She asks Warden Mike Bowditch too help find his long lost brother, which Mike reluctantly does.
The book follows Mike going to the area that the woman, Amber Langston lives and the resort she works at, named Widowmaker. Between a near death arrest, he has to make at the beginning to this book and a near-death experience his girlfriend Stacey has, the book follows Mike through his investigation of his missing brother.
I still suggest that Paul Doiron's Mike Bowditch series is worth the read. The past couple of books are books hard to put down.
Widowmaker by Paul Doiron
Mike Bowditch series book #7.