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ebq5stA terrorist is on the run, and it’s up to deputy US Marshal Sam Carter to track him down and bring him to justice.

As a decorated Vietnam veteran and lawman for over 30 years, Sam Carter has always been an upstanding citizen and devoted upholder of the law. When his ex-partner on the force -a promising young man and new father- is brutally murdered in cold blood, he will stop at nothing to track down the perpetrator and bring him to justice. But as Sam hunts the monster down, an internal struggle begins deep within himself, and when the time comes, he must decide whether or not he will take justice into his own hands.

Probable Cause For Vengeance is a smart and compelling story of good vs. evil, and the varying shades of gray that lie between. Full of heart-pounding action and suspense, it shines a light on the heroic actions and selfless devotion within our military and law enforcement, while crafting an entirely plausible scenario based in the aftermath of 9/11. Drawing from his own extensive knowledge in the field, Wolf lends an air of authenticity to the book that keeps you engaged and makes you feel as though you are there as the story is unfolding. I really enjoyed the depth of character involved and how the author weaves the back story of the characters together to create a much more complete and satisfying read. Very well written, and I love of course that the story is based within my own state of Illinois! A great pick for anyone who enjoys books within the mystery, thriller, crime, and/or military genres, highly recommended!

Rating: 5 stars

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


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About the authorDavid Wolf

David Wolf is a retired federal agent who served with several law enforcement and investigative agencies during his thirty-two-year career with the U.S. Government. They included the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Police Service, U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Marshals Service, U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Investigative Service and Defense Security Service (DSS). He also served with the U.S. Army Military Police in Vietnam and Germany from 1969 to 1972. In 2005, Dave retired as Special Agent in Charge of the DSS St. Louis Field Office. 

You can learn more about David Wolf and his books on Goodreads.

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