#1 Every Dead Thing
Charles Parker, drunk, came back to home and found out that his wife Susan and daughter Jennifer have been murdered. In the search for retribution, he hunted “The Traveling Man” who slew his family.
#2 Dark Hollow
Parker left New York for good and retreated to Maine where he earned a decent living as a private investigator. There he encountered a double murder case.
#8 The Lovers
Parkers re-examined his own troubled past while being mysterious followed by a pair of sweethearts. Parker lost his license and worked again behind bars. He also discovered here his ability to commune with spirits.
#5 The Black Angel
Parker met Louis and Angel whom he asked for help. Parker was a black man who is also an implacable killer while Angel is a shambolic crook. The two are lovers who provide help to Parker.
#3 The Killing Kind
Parker is drawn to the sudden disappearance of Aroostook Baptists, a religious community who vanished in the forests of Maine four decades earlier. In this section, Mr. Pudd was also introduced.
#7 The Reapers
The Reapers are an elite band of killers. Louis, his comrade was once a member of this group. With this, the Reaper is hunting Louis who is the target of their leader, Bliss.
#11 The Wrath of Angels
A pair of woodsmen discovered a plane that crashes in the forest of Northern Maine. They noticed that there was something sinister in the crash site. They told Parker about hints of their fears.
#4 The White Road
Parker faced the murder case of the daughter of one of the oldest and wealthiest families in South Carolina. Also, Reverend Aaron Faulkner petitioned for a review of Parker’s jail sentence.
#6 The Unquiet
Parker investigated the case of a once-respected psychiatrist who has been missing after revelations of his alleged abuse of children under his care.
#9 The Whisperers
This happens at the border between Maine and Canada where a dangerous smuggling operation took place. The illegal operation was operated by disenchanted former soldiers.