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    TROUBLESHOOTER - GREGG HURWITZ

Something went terribly wrong this day.  Den, president of the Laughing Sinners and Kaner, the biker gang's national enforcer, were being driven to the San Bernardino County Jail where they were to await transportation to a federal penitentiary.  They were convicted of killing three members of another gang named Cholos in retaliation for the shooting of a Sinner.   They were being taken under heavy guard but a daring escape began and as a result two agents were murdered.  It is obvious now that an all out gang war will take place.

U.s. Marshall Tim Rackley, a former army ranger, is called in to help with this case.  Somehow Rackley must find a way to get information from the gang in order to locate the two escapees.  Rackley makes a deal with the Sinner's chief, Uncle Pete.  He allowed the group to ride helmet-less to the graveyard.  He was able to obtain some high-tech surveillance equipment and was able to identify the top members of the gang. 

Rackley soon realized everything was not so easy.  Bodies of immigrant women were found along the trail of the convicted biker and the police learn of a new drug about to hit America.

Is Tim Rackley successful in his search for the escaped bikers?

This book is an absolute thriller.  The suspense begins on the very first page when the bikers are being transported and doesn't let up throughout the book.  The author does an excellent job of making you feel like you are right there going along for the search.  The story is full of so many twists and turns, you will not want to let go of this book for a second.  Gregg Hurwitz does an excellent job with details and characterization.  This is one you don't want to miss. 

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, NANCY EATON

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