I care that my readers care about my book. I find it intensely satisfying that a reader takes the trouble to sift through the gazillion books out there, hone in on mine, read it and hopefully enjoy it.
IT MATTERS TO ME and I cannot thank readers enough for that.
The latest review for The Warrior, on Amazon:
Zeb Carter is a freelance security consultant that has been doing odd jobs for the Agency for the last four months. What Zeb sees at the end of his job will haunt him unless he can make the men responsible pay for their actions. He wittles the group down from 6 to 3 and tries to get the Agency to listen to him about these men but nothing doing. So Zeb goes on a personal crusade to make these men pay. His sister Cassandra’s neighbor Rory wants to make sure that Zeb isn’t causing harm to her which amuses him. Rory likes Zeb who wants him to teach him how to pitch. Zeb is constantly on the move to keep everyone around him safe and sound while he’s chasing Holt. The Agency asks Zeb to back off of Holt because Holt is willing to share intel on Taliban. Will Zeb get his man? Will his family and friends be safe? Will Holt come after Zeb? Your answers await you in The Warrior.
Interesting inside story about the ins and outs of the military’s former soldiers. I really enjoyed reading this book. I love a good mystery wrapped up in intrigue. I find books like this to be interesting and page turners.
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