Point Men

Point Men

by Jason Lord Case

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Point Men by Jason Lord Case

MacMaster and his team, wanted for invading Petroleo Headquarters and securing the cure for the Persian Plague, are in the wind. The only traces they've left behind are the truck driver they had kidnapped then released, and a killing field where men, hunting them for the bounty, have slaughtered each other in a blood mad frenzy.

The FBI wants the fugitives brought to justice, but it may be dead or alive; the team finds there is no place in the world they can hide and the huge reward forces them to go back on the offensive. Can MacMaster and his team escape the hunters and finish the job or will they pay the price for others' folly?

"Point Men", book 5 of The MacMaster Chronicles, is an action-packed adventure and conclusion to "The Case Of The Persian Plague".

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045051422
Publisher: Jason Lord Case
Publication date: 10/29/2012
Series: MacMaster Chronicles , #5
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 442 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Books and writing have always been a passion of Jason Lord Case, but certainly not his only one. He is also a car enthusiast, a dabbler in carpentry and home repair, and was known to be a bit of a brawler; a man's man. He spent the early years of his life in Europe and North Africa, and upon returning to America, he has earned a Master’s Degree, supervised employees in the American Auto Industry, and acquired a Commercial Driver's License to see America as a long haul trucker. He is now a social worker. He lives with his wife in Michigan, where he does most of his writing. Red Petal Press is an Rochester, NY-based independent publisher specializing in Action/Adventure Fiction.

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mardoufox More than 1 year ago
I've read all five of Mr. Case's books in the series, and this one is probably my favorite. The characters have depth and personality, are flawed and yet can be related to. I suggest reading book 4 "The Case Of The Persian Plague" first because the action and events are established that "Point Men" then alludes to, but it is a fine story that also stands on its own. Mr. Case's writing style is highly engaging.