Shepherd Thriller Book 1
Story Plant, 9781611880557, 328pp.
Publication Date: October 9, 2012
Marcus Williams and Francis Ackerman Jr. both have a talent for hurting people. Marcus, a former New York City homicide detective, uses his abilities to protect others while Ackerman uses his gifts to inflict pain and suffering.
HE MUST EMBRACE THE MONSTER WITHIN HIMSELF
When both men become unwilling pawns in a conspiracy that reaches to the highest levels of our government, Marcus finds himself in a deadly game of cat and mouse trapped between a twisted psychopath and a vigilante with seemingly unlimited resources. Aided by a rogue FBI agent and the vigilante's beautiful daughter a woman with whom he's quickly falling in love Marcus must expose the deadly political conspiracy and confront his past while hunting down one of the must cunning and ruthless killers in the world.
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Praise For Shepherd: Shepherd Thriller Book 1…
A fast paced, all too real thriller with a villain right out of James Patterson and Criminal Minds.”
Andrew Gross, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Reckless and Don’t Look Twice
Silence of the Lambs meets The Bourne Identity.”
Brian S. Wheeler, author of Mr. Hancock’s Signature
An intense novel that will have you locking your windows and doors, installing a safe room and taking Ambien so you can sleep through the night after finishing. ”
Jeremy Robinson, author of Pulse and Instinct
A superbly crafted thriller skillfully delving into the twisted mind of a psychopath and the tormented soul of the man destined to bring him down.”
D.B. Henson, bestselling author of Deed to Death
A taut, violent and relentless nightmare.”
A.J. Hartley, bestselling author of What Time Devours and Act of Will
This powerful thriller keeps the pace at a rapid fire. Once I started reading, it was difficult to put the book down.... It is a must-have for the action and thriller fan, and a great addition to any library. The Shepherd is full of surprises to the very end you won’t be disappointed and you won’t see it coming.”
Once I started reading, I really couldn’t put this book down. I found myself reading it while doing everyday things like sitting at my kitchen table having my breakfast or sitting in my car waiting for my kids to get out of school.”