Monday, March 11, 2013

The Wrong Man (James Bishop) by Jason Dean

If you can't get enough of Lee Child and Jack Reacher you might like this baby.
Former Marine James Bishop is locked up for a crime he didn't commit. He manages to escape and goes after the people that framed him, encountering some people with the close protection crew he used to work with.
The action is fast and furious and is situated in New York, always a good locale. There's an awesome connection to a famous serial killer that blew me away. Bishop might not be the most original of heroes but has the goods needed to guide you through the chases, fights and break-ins a good thriller needs.
A bit more of a thriller than a crime novel for me, I did enjoy it and think fans of Matt Hilton, Zoe Sharp and Lee Child will find this a must-read.

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