by Lisa Harris
US Marshal Madison James may not be sure who shot her three months ago, but she does know one thing–it’s time to get back out into the field. When her partner, Jonas Quinn, receives a message that a federal warrant just came in on a man connected to a string of bank robberies, Madison jumps at the chance to get back to work. What she and Jonas find is a bank robbery in progress that’s gone wrong–and things are about to get worse.
For these bank robbers, it’s never been just about the money. It’s about taking risks and adrenaline rushes, and getting caught is not part of the game. When the suspects escape, Madison and Jonas must hunt them down and bring them to justice before someone else–someone close to them–gets hurt . . . or worse.
From Seattle to the San Juan Islands, bestselling author Lisa Harris takes you on a nonstop chase where feelings are complicated and failure isn’t an option.
I’m a fan of Lisa Harris’ suspense novels! The first book in this US Marshals series was excellent, and I knew I’d like this one as well.
This is again about Madison and her partner Jonas.
In this book, they are….on a chase! (no surprise there, right?!
The story starts off with a bank robbery. And they manage to get there in time, but the robbers elude them once again.
There is lots of action involved as they follow all the clues and try to catch these bad guys…but somehow they keep ending up just one step behind.
As do other series by Lisa Harris, this one also has one long mystery thread running through. So in addition to the bank robberies, Madison is still trying to solve the mystery of who shot her husband, and why. And it seems as though she is still on the hunt too. If only she could get a better feel of what is really going on there.
If you enjoy suspense, please don’t miss this one!
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