Harry Landers is just a small-town detective. So when Landers is asked to investigate a cold case, the 50-year-old disappearance of a delinquent teen, he is shocked to find that the case is far from cold. The introduction of a love interest in the form of a sexy museum curator only serves to accelerate the already breakneck plot of this thrilling episode in the Harry Landers series. Bruce Reizen is spot on in his performance of "Lake Solitude". The gruesome reality of a forgotten crime gains new terror from Reizen's subtly unnerving narration.
Troubled by recent events involving his grandson, Ronny “C-Note” Palazolo asks Harry Landers to look into the mysterious disappearance of a boy Ronny barely knew 50 years earlier when he did a little time in a boys’ work camp as a teen. As Harry pries into the past, he discovers horrors that nobody should ever have to experience. Aided by the attractive and single curator of a lighthouse museum that was once the reformatory, he becomes relentless in his effort to expose the unlawful acts committed.