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The Wrong Man by Jason Dean

"One man goes to war. James Bishop has had a lot of time to think about who set him up. Now he’s determined to settle scores. ‘The Wrong Man’ is a roller coaster of a ride with a super-hero at the helm. Doesn’t miss a beat! Bishop has all the right friends at all the right times. Climb aboard, immerse yourself in the chase and be surprised at how it all ends."
The Wrong Man
Jason Dean

He’d been with the RoyseCorp security organisation for six years. Enough time to put together a dependable team but not so long that he’d forgotten any of his experience in the Marines. His men all had their shortcomings but none got in the way of doing the job. Framed for the murder of two clients James Bishop had enough time in prison to think about his demise. Framing him had to have been an inside job and he had a score to settle. Escaping took planning, skill and just a bit of luck.

Deputy Marshal Angela Delaney is the one in pursuit, and wherever he is she is never far behind. A man on the run needs all the help he can get and there is plenty of that available. The family of his cell mate have talents that are all too useful – and contacts that will prove invaluable in the end. Aleron Falstaff provides a new ID, his sister Jenna can tiptoe through cyberspace. All of which helps to checkout all the possible suspects and tie up loose ends. And tying up is exactly the talent that Danny Costa brings to the party, but you really don’t want to see what comes next.

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There has to be a way out...    more...

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