The Jack Widow Series: Books 1-3 (The Jack Widow Series Collection Book 1)
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Jack Widow hunts a ruthless killer who targets military servicewomen and takes dog tags as keepsakes in book 6 of Scott Blade’s bestselling series.
With the passage of time, Jack Widow starts to realize that leaving his service was different from leaving his troubles behind.
A good fast moving thriller and storyline that has Widow being a Good Samaritan helping a retired Federal Marshal who almost hit him with his car while suffering a heart attack. In this enthralling new thriller by International Bestseller Scott Blade, Jack Widow teams up with a woman from his past to investigate a double murder, but things aren't what they seem. Widow gets stuck in one difficult situation after the other and thankfully he has the time and background to deal with them. They often go down the drain, but everyone follows steps that seem plausible, at least from their perspective points of view.
He camps out in the Alaskan wilderness on Kodiak Island, relying on nothing but his survival skills. And just with Star Trek, I personally think the original is better, but the next generation has its own merits and is enjoyable. As Widow peels back layers of conspiracy, he stands on the razor's edge between law and vigilantism. Tasked with saving Kara, a woman whose witness protection cover is blown, Widow faces off against a menacing cultist biker gang.
Under a sweltering Texas landscape, Jack Widow waits at a dust-covered bus station, when he meets Claire Hood, a grandmother, clearly in distress. The story kept my attention, and there were parts that were well written and made me want more of Jack Widow. A very interesting book of the Jack Widow series written by author Scott Blade is entitled ‘Winter Territory’. Without saying it in so many words the suggestion is here is the son of Reacher though Reacher was not aware of it. The driver "Fry" sends him on mission to protect a WITSEC member and her child in a non stop action thriller.
The author himself says that book four (which I haven't read) is his favourite so that trend may well continue. In this book he is almost run over by a driver and then he saves his life only to be asked to save a womans life. All in all a good fast moving thriller storyline and read remembering that however well your trained it’s highly unlikely that a single person could achieve what Widow did.Jack is walking the roads in rural Arizona when he is almost run over which leads him to become involved in protecting a witness protection client. The woman also tells Jack Widow that her son named James Hood has joined the company of some wrongly and powerful people.
I was interested to see that this was an extended series, but the writing is just not of the Lee Childs calibre. Admirals, Journalists, politicians, indigenous groups, and even the Secretary of the Navy are there. He almost begins to feel that his agent has been killed, and as there is very less time left, a lot many lives are now at stake. I liked the story, but it’s a lot like following a Jack Reacher book with less hand to hand fighting.At this moment of time, the ex-undercover NCIS agent and current drifter Jack Widow makes his entry. It’s pretty solid advice, to be honest, but I’ve said it before and will happily repeat it: Don’t take it to a dogmatic level.