Rape. Suicide. Murder.
John McConnell has known more than his share. When the system fails those he loves, he's compelled to act. But do what? How?
It's simple. Plan. Prepare. Execute.
Enlisting the aid of a reclusive hacker, McConnell embarks on a vigilante journey into the shadowlands of American justice, lighting them up with judicial gunfire, revealing a powerful conspiracy dominating the Homeland. The expansion of American empire has taken a dark turn—the selling out and cold-blooded murder of its citizens and soldiers. And the powers that be have taken notice of John McConnell.
Becoming a vigilante doesn't mean McConnell can ignore his home life: the lawn needs mowing, there's reconciling with his daughter who hates him, and avoiding Marissa Flynn, a brilliant law student hounding him about her lost sister. Inland Northwest life, brimming with family drama and old vendettas, doesn't disappear just because you become a calculating killer and are being hunted by an elite paramilitary wet team and the FBI.
It's complicated. You can't shoot your way out of everything.
John McConnell has killed three men. Granted, they had it coming, but three was plenty.
Reconciled with his daughter, dating a beautiful woman he doesn't deserve, stolen money in the bank, McConnell's ready to hang up his guns. But the militant cabal known as the American Doctrine for Democracy are still murdering Americans for greed and empire. Which is enough for the reclusive hacker Mitch Bullock to convince McConnell that his killing days aren't behind him just yet.
What can two men do against a doctrine?
Not much. But you try anyway. Have gun will travel, McConnell returns to the shadowy highways and byways of America to unleash more vigilante justice.
Killing bad people for good reasons is still murder. Reporter Elise Hutchens wants the Travelin' Soldier's story. FBI agent Oral Duffield wants to put him behind bars before his mandatory retirement. The Doctrine just want him dead, an endgame that has become an obsession for Tan, the mad man ordered by the General to hunt down and kill McConnell. With prejudice.
McConnell must play a life-and-death game of cat and mouse.
But who's the cat? And who's the mouse?
Soon available for pre-order: My Father's Gun, the third book in the McConnell series. Coming this October.