HILL COUNTRY RAGE

How far would you go to avenge your best friend’s murder?HC Rage ebook v2 final 1.9mb

I wanted to kill him. I wanted to do it up close and personal, to thrust a knife through his eye. I wanted to hear his screams for mercy slowly fade into pitiful hopeless whimpers.

Buried in every human is the potential for rage . . . raw . . . blinding . . . VISCERAL!

How could I do it and remain alive? As I pondered the question the vague outline of a plan began to take shape. With a rifle and a scope and enough practice I could learn to shoot a target from a hundred yards. After that, I could find a place in the pines not far from the cabin where I could sit and wait for a chance to kill them both.

When Joe Robbins’s best friend is murdered on an Austin street he embarks on a relentless and harrowing quest for justice: spying on smugglers in the Lost Pines of Bastrop, wrestling a giant in the waters of Lake Travis, and weaving between drug cartels and the D.E.A.

>>>> Glowing reviews

“Joe may be a good CFO, but he’s an even better detective and carries the mystery like a seasoned professional.” – Kirkus Reviews

“. . . my heart was quite literally racing . . .” – Amazon reviewer

“Joe Robbins is a CFO who’s not afraid to kick ass and take names.” – Mark Miller, CFO – Active Network

“Author does a great job of making you feel like you are walking in, seeing, and smelling some of Austin’s best sites.” – Amazon reviewer

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