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Publisher's Summary

The first three explosive thrillers in the best-selling Christopher Wren series: Saint Justice, No Mercy, and Make Them Pay.

They stole his truck. Big mistake.

Chris Wren is a black ops legend, the CIA's perfect angel of justice - until personal tragedy strikes and he flees into the wilderness of Utah.

Book one - Saint Justice

When Wren pulls over on a Utah highway after three weeks on the road, a biker gang attacks him, leaves him for dead, and steals his truck.

Now, he's going to get it back. From a secret warehouse in the desert. Ringed with fences. Filled with human cages. As the body count mounts and a shocking national conspiracy unravels, one thing is for certain. 

Justice will be done.

Book two - No Mercy

Chris Wren has hunted the Blue Fairy for months - a hacker group stalking innocents on the dark internet. Including his kids.

Now an anti-Blue Fairy activist is dead in Detroit, two more have been abducted, and Wren alone knows what it means.

The monsters are crawling out into the light.

As a Blue Fairy army rises and a mass hacking attack threatens to cripple the USA, only Wren and his brilliant lieutenant Sally Rogers stand ready to enforce true justice.

No mercy for the wicked.

Book three - Make Them Pay

In the snowy wastes of Alaska, black ops legend Chris Wren discovers a viral video like no other.

A billionaire banker is murdered live before an audience of billions - and Wren alone knows what it means.

Chaos is coming to America.

As viral hatred for the rich explodes into violence against all, Wren and his genius lieutenant Sally Rogers battle for control of the streets, enforcing an iron, blind justice.

All must pay for their crimes.

Get started on this fast-paced action thriller series now.

©2020 Mike Grist (P)2020 Mike Grist

What listeners say about The Christopher Wren Series: Books 1-3

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Won’t order anymore in the series

Just felt the author put too much of his obvious bias into the story without true balance of the characters.

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Story is ok

This is a book to read yourself. The story is ok. The Narrator is intolerable!

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Why so many bad reviews?

I liked every story, a great anti hero with a huge enemy list that seems impossible to even start getting even with. He has lots of help and a proclivity to punching rules in the face.

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Was just ok. Story was mediocre, and the main character came across a someone suffering from a mental disorder and not as a hero.

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Hard to finish.

I really wanted to like this series but it was just ridiculous. Incredibly technically in accurate.

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Predictable and disjointed =disappointed

The story is completely predictable and I am overall disappointed. My advice would be not to use a credit.

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Review of first set books 1-3

Good action, contains dark subject matter at times.Worth reading, will check out other books in the series.

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Good story bad narration!

I liked the story but could not get into the narrator! If all the books are narrated by Mr. Cracknell, I won’t purchase anymore. Probably be better to just read them.

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  • brian mill
  • 07-06-22

Got bored.

To wordy, telephone or walkie-talkie chatter was made to sound tinny and quieter. there was lots of padding out of the story to try and add to the tension and suspense but just got boring.

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  • alice
  • 06-04-22

utter twaddle

It's like an action film written by a 14 year old, but oddly compelling. When you're in the car as much as I am you get used to listening to all kinds of nonsense to pass the time.
This is ideal for those times when Jack Reacher feels like literary fiction

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  • Pen Name
  • 11-16-21

Confused

20 chapters in an I’ve got no idea what’s going on, jumps haphazardly in time and place. Is Wren a good guy or a psycho? I don’t know but I won’t bother finishing

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  • ben jones
  • 11-12-21

Quite enjoyed it

I really enjoyed the 3 books and they all link well together book 4 is next on my list definitely with listening too

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  • Mr. Stephen Riches
  • 09-14-22

He ain't no Jack Reacher!

while the storyline was good it was too "full on!"
Unbelievable? Superhuman? Lacked reality!

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  • Neil Wildman
  • 01-11-22

Good book set

Well worth a listen, just trying to find the rest of the series, if they exist.

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  • robaengineer
  • 07-29-21

Dissapointing

Stories crammed full of cliches, and over acted dialect. hoped that as the series went along this would get better, It didn't, if nothing else the cliches, dialect and story were consistent.

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  • 04-18-22

Does not live up

I was expecting a new hero but found a weirdo involved in the most ludicrous scenario you could imagine.
Not for me.