Safe And Sound

Safe And Sound

by J.D. Rhoades

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Bounty hunter Jack Keller faces his most dangerous and sadistic enemy yet in this explosive Southern thriller...

Jack Keller works in fugitive apprehension, and never feels more alive than when he’s hunting down a skip. But when a young girl goes missing, and Keller finds out that the father is an AWOL member of the army’s elite Delta Force, he knows immediately that this case will be anything but fun and games.

Keller is a Gulf War vet who knows his way around the Army’s red tape, but the psychological scars from his experiences in the gulf have only just started to recede enough for him to live and love again. No one is sure how taking on the kidnapping case will affect him, least of all his girlfriend Marie, who’s counting on Jack’s recovery if they are going to have any future together. But a young girl’s life hangs in the balance, and a shadowy group of missing Delta commandos seems to be the key to finding her. For Jack Keller, it’s not an easy decision, but it’s the only one he can make: consequences be damned, he’s going after the girl.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781940610207
Publisher: Polis Books
Publication date: 01/06/2015
Series: Jack Keller , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 361,090
File size: 597 KB

About the Author

J.D. Rhoades was born and raised in North Carolina. He has worked as a radio news reporter, club DJ, television cameraman, ad salesman, waiter, practicing attorney, and newspaper columnist. His weekly column in the Southern Pines, North Carolina Pilot was named best column of the year in its division. His Keller novels, THE DEVIL'S RIGHT HAND, GOOD DAY IN HELL, SAFE IN SOUND and DEVILS AND DUST are available from Polis Books. He lives, writes, and practices law in Carthage, North Carolina. Learn more at and follow him on Twitter at jd_rhoades.

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The Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina bounty hunter Jack Keller loves his work of capturing a skip because it enables him to concentrate on the present and near future rather than his haunting military past as a Gulf War vet. However, his latest case has nothing to do with a skip. .In Hayland County attorney Tammy Healey visits Keller¿s girlfriend private investigator Marie Jones to hire her services. A Delta Force commando David Lundgren abducted his daughter Alyssa from the girl¿s mother Carly Fedder.-------- Keller works the military bureaucracy to find clues to the whereabouts of Lundgren as expected that proves difficult as the Army refuses to say anything about its elite force even if a kidnapping occurred. However, as he struggles with the reminders of his service time and the aftermath rejection of mental health issues by the VA, he realizes Lundgren has vanished but is not considered AWOL. Other Delta Force members have also disappeared but how they tie back to Lundgren and Alyssa remains nebulous.------ The third Jack Keller investigative thriller (see GOOD DAY IN HELL and THE DEVIL¿S RIGHT HAND) is a fabulous tale with headline relevancy as the Defense Department and Veterans Affairs have finally recognized the mental health issues of returning soldiers as J.D. Rhodes has done with Keller. Keller¿s inquiries will entertain his fans as he is stonewalled every step of the way by the army. More of the atrocities he saw in the Gulf surface in this story. Fans will appreciate his latest efforts as he risks his life and sanity as he battles his ghosts, the military bureaucracy, and renegade Delta Force trained killers to try to rescue a little girl from her dad.------------ Harriet Klausner