After his wife's death following a long illness, Travis Bowie's troubles are just beginning. Suspended by the Sheriff's Office for excessive use of force, he decides to use the time off to visit family in a small town in rural North Louisiana. What starts as a pilgrimage to re-connect with his grandmother and scenes from his childhood becomes instead a lethal mix of threats from several directions. Joining forces with a small-town police chief, he has to unravel the connections involving a criminal cousin, a known terrorist, a threat to his grandmother, and a foreign spy lurking in the shadows. Police Chief Susan Hadley awakens feelings Travis had forgotten. All they have to do is survive long enough to stop a threat before it blows up in their faces.
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.53mm | 526.16g
- 27 Jan 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Gary W Cook
Gary Cook is a retired police lieutenant. In addition to supervising a correctional center investigative unit, he was an instructor in defensive tactics, use of force, less lethal weapons, and policy. He was an expert witness in both criminal and civil trials. Before becoming a police officer, he was a private investigator.