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Seeking justice for her father's murder leads Hatch halfway across the world.

A ruthless warlord stands in the way.

Hatch is forced to take a stand.

And it very well could be her last.

On the trail of her father's killer, Hatch finds the path leads to a remote village in Africa. A vicious warlord controls the area in a stranglehold of violence. Hatch finds a fight she never sought, but one her personal code won't let her walk away from.

Outnumbered and outgunned, Hatch is forced to hold nothing back if she ever hopes to get out alive.

©2020 Liquid Mind Media (P)2020 Liquid Mind Media

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Excellent third installment to this series...

I really like the Rachel Hatch series. These books are coauthored by L. T. Ryan (Jack Noble) and Brian Shea (Nick Lawrence & Boston Crime series).
Rachel Hatch is a messed up lady. Discharged from the army after receiving a disfiguring injury that also limits her movement to one arm. She’s been on the hunt for her father’s killer. A killing that took place twenty years ago. In the meanwhile she moves from town to town and when she runs into a troubled community she’s compelled to help. Kind of like a female Jack Reacher. Fighting abilities and all. Minus the size, although she is very tall for a woman.
The Rachel Hatch books are fast paced and very entertaining.
Marnye Young does a wonderful job narrating. .............. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED .................If you found this review helpful please indicate so. ..............Thank You.

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Companion series to Jack Reacher

I love having a good “guy” to cheer for, and Hatch is a worthy protagonist with a moral calling to help those who can’t do so themselves. She has her demons from the past, which seems formulaic, but she’s good at heart. There are the antagonists who seem to have no goodness in them to balance her presence, and there are the real people, like you and me who have a measure of good and bad. It’s the yin/yang of reality.
I’m hoping we see more yin/yang in Hatch in the future.
My new favorite series still though.

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