The Beast is back. And death will surely follow.
Bounty hunter Jinx Ballou has discovered that Barclay "The Beast" Dietz, the man who put her in a coma on the night of her high school graduation, has returned after eleven years on the lam.
Jinx is hungry for vengeance but soon discovers that Dietz is working with White Nation, a militant organization stoking the fires of prejudice and violence in Phoenix.
As the city erupts in bigotry and bloodshed, Jinx's world unravels, pushing her to the breaking point and forcing her to choose between seeking justice and saving lives.
In the explosive sequel to Chaser, thriller author Dharma Kelleher spins a tale of grit, vengeance, and determination in the face of overwhelming odds.
You'll love this fast-paced thriller because its refreshingly unique characters and non-stop, heart-pounding action make it hard to put down.
Bounty hunter Jinx Ballou is hot on the heels of an accused murderer. Her investigation reveals her fugitive is involved with White Nation, a militant organization stoking the fires of prejudice and violence in Phoenix, Arizona.
To apprehend her suspect, she infiltrates White Nation, only to come face-to-face with the man who nearly killed her when she was a teen. Her efforts to bring both men to justice backfire, putting those she loves most in harm’s way.
As the city erupts in bigotry and bloodshed, Jinx’s world unravels, pushing her to the breaking point and forcing her to choose between seeking justice and saving lives.
Extreme Prejudice provides the second book in the 'Jinx Ballou, Bounty Hunter' series, and will attract political thriller and crime story readers to a saga that revolves not only around Jinx's pursuit of a killer; but her confrontation with her own past and near-death trauma as a teen.
Extreme Prejudice is highly recommended for prior fans and newcomers alike. It's a gripping thriller about a survivor's confrontation with both her training and the elements that make her human. The action-packed scenarios don't quit, right up to the story's unexpected, satisfying resolution.