James Bishop returns in the second novel from Headline's very own Lee Child, must-buy thriller author Jason Dean. In a small, sleepy Pennsylvania town, the staff of a loan store find themselves at the mercy of a gunman who demands they hand over the store's entire cash reserves. But when the sound of police sirens shatters the silence sooner than expected, the robber is forced to take a young female customer hostage in order to make his escape.
Former Marine James Bishop is no stranger to being on the wrong side of the law. Finally a free man, with his name cleared, he has the chance to get his life back on track. But as he flees the scene of the hold-up with his terrified hostage, he once again finds himself a wanted man.... Prison can change some people. But has it changed James Bishop?
©2013 Jason Dean (P)2013 Headline Digital
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I've no idea!
His first book was brilliant! But his second book was as if written by someone completely different, someone out of touch, not streetwise somehow. I doubt I would listen to a Jason Dean novel again.
without a doubt Jeff Harding.
None. The language did not grab me, it was as if spoken by people with no knowledge of real life.
I am very disappointed!
"Action all the way!"
This story kept me riveted from beginning to end and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone who likes action packed books. Hope the next one won't be long in coming out. Gives Jack Reacher a run for his money.
Well read, great performance all round. As with this type of story, you know what the end result will be. But what a journey. Enjoyed very much
Yes, gripping good read lots of twists and back flips.Strong well balanced main character and the woman were well portrayed
Any of the established thriller writers
He brings the tension and excitement that stops your mind drifting off .His character voices are believable especially the women. I was initially put off by previous reviews but am glad I persevered, because though Harding always makes for an excellent read his portrayal of women is terrible
Glad I found another great author to add to my reading list
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