Vigilante Assassin by Mark Nolan

Vigilante Assassin by Mark Nolan
Jake Wolfe, Book 2
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Contemporary
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Snowdrop

Every marriage has a secret, but this one is deadly. Lauren Stephens wakes up to find her husband, Gene, has vanished during the night. His phone is dead. Desperate, she hires Jake Wolfe and his war dog, Cody. They search the house and discover something so disturbing that Jake won’t allow Lauren near it. “No, if you see this, there is no unseeing it.”

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Jake Wolfe is a flawed man who has a bad habit of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. He wants to leave his military veteran past behind him, but when Lauren and her children are threatened, his protective instinct takes command. Jake soon finds himself involved in a dangerous conspiracy, targeted for death, and engaged in battle with a powerful, unseen group who will stop at nothing to get what they want.

Jake will have to think fast and fight hard to protect Cody, Lauren and her kids.

I love both characters in this book and loved them equally. In fact if I had to choose between Jake and Cody, I’d have to think a long time. Even though Cody is a dog, I’d have to think about it.

All kidding aside, Mark Nolan has written another book full of action and full of interaction. The thing about this series is that the characters Nolan has crafted are as interesting as his stories. One never takes away from the other. I’m sure this story is good enough to stand by itself, but I sure wouldn’t want to read it without Jake and Cody and their friends.

This is one of those “can’t put it down” kind of books. Better plan on having some free time although it’s a fast read, too.

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