Closure: Jack Randall #1 (Volume 1)

When a prominent lawyer is shot while waiting at a suburban stop sign it sets off a nation-wide manhunt for an elusive killer. Special Agent Jack Randall of the FBI finds himself appointed to track down and stop the shooter. Not by his superiors, but by the killer himself. As more bodies fall the shooter takes his message to the press, earning the support of the public with his choice of targets and confounding the FBI at every turn. From the desert of Nevada to the urban jungle of New York City, Jack and his team follow the trail of bodies and haunting messages left behind by the killer. With the pressure to find him mounting on Jack, the assassin’s crimes grow bolder, and his message more sinister and closer to home. It becomes clear to Jack that in order to find the shooter, he may have to look inside his own past, and become the man he was years ago.

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3 Comments

  1. Compelling story but REALLY needs an editor The plot of this book grabs you right from the start. However, I found reading it unenjoyable due to grammatical errors, awkward word choices, hard-to-parse sentence structures, and ambiguous pronoun references. Ultimately I stopped reading. This book seems to have a lot of potential, but it needs a professional editor. 

  2. Closure The plot was strong although you could see the end before you got there. The lengthy description of how the firearms were altered and set up was boring to me because I don’t know anything about weapons. I thought it interrupted the momentum of the book. Gun enthusiasts would probably like it though. The medical part was exciting, but got a little too technical at times and I do have some medical background.

  3. … was 449 pages and would have been a much better book had it been around 300-350 The book was 449 pages and would have been a much better book had it been around 300-350. I liked the premise and parts of the book were very good. But as the book went on it just became a drag I could not wait to finish. I couldn’t believe all the good reviews this book received. I really have no desire to read anymore books by Mr. Wood

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