Fear No Evil opening line: Matthew Butler cocked his head to one side, considering the big-boned blonde in front of him.
Read an extract:
She was handcuffed and shackled to a heavy oak chair bolted into the concrete floor beneath bright fluorescent lights.
If the woman was anxious about her predicament, she wasn’t showing it in the least. She was as chill as the yoga outfit she wore. No sweat on her pale brow. Beneath her warm-up hoodie, her chest rose and fell calmly, each breath measured. Her shoulders were relaxed. Even her eyes looked soft. continue reading
Alex Cross and John Sampson have been best friends since they were ten-years old. John is still grieving the death of his wife, and together they have planned a get away. They are off on a wilderness adventure that should see them doing very little but enjoying nature. But ‘M’, their long-time nemesis, is going to put a spanner in the works. Will they survive all that is thrown at them by both nature and man?
Fear No Evil
Alex Cross ventures into the rugged Montana wilderness – where he will be the prey.He’s not on the job, but on a personal mission.Until he’s attacked by two rival teams of assassins, controlled by the same mastermind who has stalked Alex and his family for years.Darkness falls. The river churns into rapids. Shots ring out through the forest.No backup. No way out. Fear no evil.
Any Alex Cross novel is worth reading in my opinion, and this one did not disappoint.
Take a look at what was previously posted on Lavender and Lime on April 24: