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Cut and Run

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by Ridley Pearson
 

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A spellbinding thriller pitting a U.S. federal marshal against the mob's most resourceful killer—in a race to save the woman he loves

Six years ago, witness protection marshal Roland Larson did the unthinkable: He fell in love with a protected witness, Hope Stevens, whose testimony was to put away prominent members of the Romero crime family. When Hope's

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Cut and Run 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This story is well done and takes the reader on quite a ride. However, there are some parts that slow down a bit and become predictable, at least to me. As always, the characters Pearson writes about hit home and have you on their side immediately. Though I enjoyed this book, it was not my favorite one of his series. It sort of died somewhat in the middle and then recharged itself. Overall, however, it was worth reading just for the plot alone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just finished an ARC of Cut and Run by Ridley Pearson due out on April 28th. This is a stand alone, for those who prefer them to series¿..or not. The story starts out fast and never stops. It¿s about a deputy marshal with the WITSEC program (Witness Protection) who falls in love with a woman that he is protecting, a big no-no in the program. Then she goes into the program and he loses touch with her for 6 years. Six years later she¿s in danger and has left the program, he¿s now looking for her and the people who stole the list of all the Witnesses in the protection program! The bad guys kidnap the woman¿s daughter in hopes of luring her out. The U.S. Marshal, Roland Larson, is running against time and his own feelings to find the list and protect the woman and find the daughter. Very fast paced and non-put-downable (is that a word?). Put this on your Must Read lists!
harstan More than 1 year ago
U.S. Marshall Roland Larson has guarded Hope Stevens for forty-one days waiting for her to be placed in the Witness Protection Program. She has information of the Romero crime family that can put them away for life. So far they have tried to kill her three times and although failed, they will keep on trying so it is imperative that she gets a new identity quickly so she can be alive to testify at their fraud and murder trials.--- Before she disappears, Hope asks Larson to go into the program so they can be together. The next day she is gone and nobody will tell Larson where she has been relocated to or the name she is now using. Six years later, Hope is out of the program and on her own with her five year old daughter Penny. The Romero family has gone underground and wants to locate her now because their brother Donny is due out of prison unless she comes forth to testify. They kidnap Penny to use as a bargaining chip but Larson has found Hope and he is determined to get Penny, no matter what the costs.--- Action, adventure, and romance are blended together to become one of the best books Ridley Pearson has ever written. The characters touch a chord in the readers' hearts especially Hope who wants daughter safe at all cost to herself. Larson wants Hope and Penny out of harm's way and with him while Penny has to be brave beyond her years to survive the kidnapping. The brilliant characterizations, the fast paced storyline and the romantic sizzle between two protagonists make CUT AND RUN a book to put on the keeper shelf.--- Harriet Klausner
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought the book was very disappointing. Not up to standard to the other Ridley Pearson books - especially those with LaMoia & Lou Boldt. Cut & Run seems to be patterned after David Baldacci type 'thrillers' - but not as successfully done. (And what is the obsession with 'smells' in this novel?) I wouldn't recommend it.