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Collin Cook is a man on the run - from many things. This young father is struggling with his career, his increasingly strained marriage, and the pressures of life when he is sent into a tailspin by the sudden, tragic loss of his family. Losing them was a painful shock. Witnessing the accident over the phone was enough to send him over the edge.

In Off Kilter, we follow Collin around the world as he battles with guilt and the pain of his loss while trying to stay one step ahead of his would-be captors. These would-be captors have targeted the unstable Collin and have been dispatched to retrieve the huge settlement he received. At the same time, they have framed him so that law enforcement agencies have joined the hunt, believing that he is involved in major cyber-attacks on several large banks. With the help of his long-time friend, Lukas Mueller, a highly trained security expert, Collin must find a way to stay alive and maintain his freedom while teetering on the brink of emotional collapse.

©2015 Glen Robins (P)2015 Glen Robins

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Great story that keeps you listening

From tragedy comes a real story that will keep you cheering for Colin and hoping he will sray ahead of the bad guys. It is very realist. Definitely going to get the next book in the series. I particularly loved his mother--Sarah's faith and support despite her own issues. Very realistic and uplifting storytelling that made me root for the entire family.

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Really good read

This was one of the best book buds I have read plenty of action but still believable is there a volume 2 out?

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Bueller? Bueller?

A slow story line that is basically the hero running away over and over, read by a narrator who could easily be Ben Stein's less excitable brother.

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  • 01-14-16

Slow start to a great finish

This book gets better with every chapter. Excellent reader gives a great ride. I recommend it.
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I guess author got bored and decided not to finish

While the plot was simplistic and full of redundancy I assume the author got bored and just decided to end it in the middle without resolving anything. Frankly, by the end of the story nothing had changed. I guess the idea is that now it will be a series and we will be hooked to buy more to follow the lead's adventures. Well, fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me. I won't make that mistake twice.

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