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PACKFIRE: Simon Pack # 9

by John M. Vermillion

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I was not expecting this book to start out with such a bang. I was hooked. This can easily be read as a standalone novel. There’s a list of characters to help you drop right into the story, without needing to read previous ones in the series. The characters are well-developed, and the story is nicely paced. There are enough twists to keep you on edge until the end. This is a tale of good versus evil and the need for justice. You can’t help but root for the good guys, and Pack’s desire to find the murder is so strong you can almost feel it pouring off the page. A thrilling read. ( )
  LilyRoseShadowlyn | Feb 25, 2021 |
PACKFIRE: Simon Pack # 9 by John M Vermillion
This story starts out with Simon and he wants to give up his deputy status to go after the people responsible for killing a close friends family: wife and children. He makes a deal with his boss for a leave of absence from work instead so he can follow the leads.
Only the eight month old survived and he and his friends collect the clues to find the culprits. They are able to narrow down a few and Simon travels to other locations to question others with some knowledge.
The note found has some cryptic words and he has an idea who he needs to go after. His dog comes across one suspect and another is able to halt him...
Love how the community comes together to help those in need the most.
Simon realizes his days may be numbered and that he needs to make a few choices.
DA wants his friend as the killer of the man in the woods.... Major heads to VA to follow up leads on man that was killed in the woods and he learns so much, wow this was amazing and hard to read at the same time, the things he finds out about the boy.
Love hearing of the Viking connection and also a bit more about Antifa.
Lots of action, adventure, mystery, travel, horrific sights, weapons, strategy and outwitting the culprits.
About the author, where to contact the author are included at the end. Can't wait to read more.
Love catching up with the characters from previous works.
Received this review copy from the publicist and this is my honest opinion. ( )
  jbarr5 | Feb 2, 2021 |
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