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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2013

    Inside Out

    Another great John Ramsey Miller book!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    exciting action thriller

    Dylan Devlin is driving around New Orleans when he gets in a car accident and his trunk pops open, spilling out the bodies of two men he murdered on orders of Sam Manelli, a former Mafiosi who has gone legitimate. Sam bequeathed his illegal enterprises to his second-in-command Johnny Russo. Devlin, who has killed over a dozen men on Manelli¿s orders, makes a deal with the federal prosecutor and is taken into protective custody.--- Dylan is taken to Rook Island off the coast of North Carolina and his wife Sean is brought to him. Federal Marshal Winter Massey is assigned to watch them along with other U.S. Marshals, but a group of men find out Dylan¿s location and kills everyone on the island except for Sean and Winter, who survive until help arrives. Sean goes into hiding knowing that Sam is looking for her and Winter is kidnapped by the head of a black ops agency with links to the Rock Island fiasco. Both Sean and Winter are targets and it will take a miracle to outwit their enemies who want them dead.--- John Ramsey Miller, author of THE LAST FAMILY, has written a compelling and exciting action thriller starring a likeable protagonist, a widower raising his blind son who still misses his wife who died in the same accident that injured their son. Winters is attracted to Sean and goes beyond the call of to make sure she is safe. Be on the lookout for UPSIDE DOWN which continues the adventures of Winter coming next month.--- Harriet Klausner

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