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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2005

    Tim Rackley is finally back and still going strong!!

    After the great work he did breaking up the mind controlling cult in THE PROGRAM, deputy U. S. Marshall Tim Rackley is once again back on the job. This time around he¿s assigned as head of the task force formed to track down Den Laurey, leader of the violent biker gang the Laughing Sinners, who escapes custody while being transported to San Bernardino County Jail, leaving two U. S. Marshals dead. Laurey is known for his knife skills and was convicted of torture killing of three rival gang members in retaliation for the shooting of a Sinner. He¿s armed and dangerous, but not alone. With him is Lance Kaner, the gang¿s enforcer, and together the two are a lethal combination. With Bear and Guerrera again at his side, Rackley works day and night trying to find leads. At one point it seems as if he¿s got a good chance of apprehending them, but a situation arises that leaves him no choice but let them go, which results in the shooting of a sheriff¿s deputy not far from the scene. The wounded deputy turns out to be his wife Drey, who also happens to be eight months pregnant, which results in feelings of guilt and frustration. While still trying to deal with the loss of his daughter Ginny, who was murdered years ago, he must put his personal feelings aside and put an end to the violence, especially after the gang goes on a violent rampage in preparation for a drug deal of a new string of heroin which leads the marshals from Mexico to Afghanistan. TROUBLESHOOTER is a great addition to the Rackley series! It¿s filled with so much action and suspense you just can¿t turn the pages fast enough. Gregg Hurwitz is one of my favorite authors, and in my opinion one of today¿s greatest suspense writers. He¿s got a style all his own and has never disappointed me yet, so if you haven¿t already discovered this great author I recommend you do so today!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2005

    Fast read, great action

    The third book in this series with Tim Rackley doesn't disappoint. The action is non stop and Hurwitz continues to do really solid research. If you enjoyed The Kill Clause and The Program, you will definitely like this book.

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    Posted June 13, 2012

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