Glen Erik Hamilton
William Morrow, 2015 (2015)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
aised by his grandfather, Van Shaw was set on a course to follow a life of crime. But as a teen he walked away from this life and joined the military. Estranged from his grandfather for a number of years, the Army Ranger receives a letter requesting that he come home.
urious why, after ten years of silence, his grandfather wants to see him, Van returns to Seattle only to find the old man dead. Determined to discover the gunman and clear his own name from the suspect list, Van delves into the criminal world he was once prepped for.
t comes as no surprise that his grandfather's high-stakes crime world is wrought with danger, but this young man is about to discover some dark secrets are perhaps better left hidden away.
his debut thriller with noir overtones introduces a new writer who shows plenty of promise. You'll want to get in on the ground floor of this new series.
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