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The latest book in the award-nominated series featuring maverick military veteran Byron Tibor.
Still hunted by the government who destroyed his life, veteran Byron Tibor has taken refuge in the remote Appalachian town of Winter’s Rage. But Byron’s peaceful existence is about to be shattered by the arrival of a troubled young woman on the run from a violent drug cartel.
©2017 Sean Black (P)2018 Sean Black
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5 out of 5 stars
By shelley on 06-09-18

Pretty good story, plenty of action!

Byron Tibor aka Mike Roberts is living in a small West Virginia town, Winter's Rage. For anyone who hasn't read/listened to the previous two books, Tibor used to be in the Special Forces. He was an experiment , implant in his head enhances his abilities and makes him fearless. The US government wants him back so he lives off the grid
He's found a small town he thinks he could call home. He's been working for Wayne, a 70 year old man living alone in the mountains. His daughter has returned home with her two young children, a monkey on her back (drug addiction) and three hired killers working for a drug cartel looking for her.
There is plenty of action, lots of snow and white outs and a pretty decent story. I enjoy Sean Black, especially his Ryan Locke series. I've never heard of Steven Savile before but if he contributed to this series I will look for him in the future.
This series reminds me very much of the Jason King novels by Matt Rogers.
Grant Pennington does an excellent job narrating.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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