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When a covert communication is intercepted, Jack Bunker and the town leaders of Clearwater swing into action to uncover the secret behind its deadly intent.

However, before their defenses can be fortified and the threat neutralized, a ruthless faction gains a foothold, turning to kidnapping and torture for control.

As the body count rises, Bunker is forced to summon a part of himself he loathes in order to save everyone he cares about.

But rescuing his friends won't be easy, not when he's captured by the insurgents who focus their attention on his mysterious past with extreme prejudice.

©2017 Jay J. Falconer (P)2017 Jay J. Falconer

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Bunker is solid listen.

Once you begin this series, you'll want to know where it will take you. That is enough to earn a 4 star review from me.

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  • RJ
  • Cottage Grove, MN, United States
  • 05-12-17

Pike Logan (Brad Taylor) light version

We find Bunker still in Clearwater. His previous employer Conner Watts; who is known for, “nobody walks away and lives to tell about it”. If word got back to Watts that Bunker was alive and well Watts and his men would come gunning for him. Bunker’s chest, back, and arms were full of identifying tattoos. Stephanie had seen his back and arms when they were rescuing the children from the overturned bus, but he could not let her see his chest; too revealing. With the internet and other communications down due to the EMP, Stephanie won’t be able to look up the numbers and symbols tattooed on his body; that will keep him safe, at least for now. As long as he keeps his body art under cover, his new identity will remain intact. There are a few minor skirmishes and plot twists, but nothing of major importance. The story is brought forward, that is about all. The writing is good, but it seems like a light version, if you understand what I mean. I’ll get the next book when available to see where this heads. Three.point.five for the effort.