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Thursday, December 2, 2021

He strikes first. And hard... Blaze Returns by Bill Runner

 "Blaze Returns is an excellently crafted novel with breathless peril and action in every chapter. I had a hard time putting it down to get a night’s sleep, and I finished it the next day." Whispering Stories, Goodreads


Published: December 1, 2021

“I wasn’t expecting trouble when I pulled off the highway.”

Ex-deputy US Marshal Axel Blaze is doing what he knows best – dealing with trouble. Ten years in the special forces and five years in the US Marshals have made Blaze a trained investigator and expert in combat.

Blaze does not fight his opponents; he puts them down. He strikes first. And hard. Takes them out. Fast.

Deputy Marshal Carter has gone missing in Little Butte, Nevada. The Dawsons own the town. The Mexican cartel is moving in on their meth business. A gang war is coming to town. Director Flynn asks Blaze to return for one last assignment.

It is up to Blaze to find Carter before all hell breaks loose.

If you like the action of Lee Child’s Jack Reacher, Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp, or Mark Greaney’s The Gray Man novels, you will love Axel Blaze – the new tough guy in town.

About the author:
Bill Runner worked as an investigative reporter before turning to writing. He has created the Axel Blaze series of books. The next books in the series will be released in 2022. Bill has been a lifelong student of martial arts and has trained in Karate and Krav Maga. Working the crime beat and studying the art of fighting helped make him the author of nail-biting thrillers. Bill’s writing won him an award for debut authors at the London Book Fair.

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1 comment:

Audrey Stewart said...

Bill Runner is new to me, but I love meeting new authors. What fun to be an an investigative reporter. Some stories to tell? Thanks to this blog for the introduction.