The eagerly anticipated conclusion to The Steele Chronicles! When Frank Steele retired from the police force to work as a private detective, he left behind more foes than friends. His girlfriend Nancy disappears in a high-tech abduction, no trace of her assailants to be found. Steele has a good idea what his long-time enemies want from him in exchange for Nancy, but he isn’t willing to put control into the wrong hands. Fighting to survive amidst the treachery and power struggles of society's elite, he is haunted by the remnants of his dead son's memories. His new Borg implants introduce him to unimaginable physical capabilities and a final understanding of the intricacies of Borg culture. Steele's investigation into the disappearance of his last chance at happiness only takes him further away from the law and deeper into the brutal underworld of a city and a man each desperately holding onto their humanity.
This is the last book in the series as of this review there could be more books the ending isnt left open it concludes but like the first 2 books it ends but then the next book there is much more story so I could see more be written although I didnt read anything saying there would be.
This time Frank has his Borg parts the arm and ear and he now works for his own detective agency with Sing and they both are happier this way, but then Nancy Frank's girlfriend gets abducted in some really high tech manner and there is no trace of her and Frank thinks he knows what they want from him and it turns out he's right but there is no way he can let them have it so now he must get her back.
Frank does some strange things and he blacks out at a few times and cant remember what happened and 1 time its pretty bad, he was blacking out or maybe someone was making him do this? he's not sure and neither are you until the ending which is pretty good.
The first book had a really bad narrator but that was sorta fixed with this one but it could be better so if you can deal with different narrators for the series then read these its worth it if you like these types of stories