Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong takes on a gang of neo-Nazis in Strong to the Bone, an action-packed novel of the critically acclaimed Caitlin Strong series by Jon Land
1944: Texas Ranger Jim Strong investigates a triple murder inside a Nazi POW camp in Texas.
The Present: His daughter, fifth generation Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong, finds herself pursuing the killer her father never caught in the most personal case of her career—a conspiracy stretching from that Nazi POW camp to a modern-day neo-Nazi gang.
A sinister movement has emerged from the shadows of history, determined to undermine the American way of life. Its leader, Armand Fisker, has an army at his disposal, a deadly bio-weapon, and a reputation for being unbeatable. But he’s never taken on the likes of Caitlin Strong and her outlaw lover, Cort Wesley Masters.
To prevent an unspeakable cataclysm, Caitlin and Cort Wesley must win a war the world thought was over.
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Thriller Award finalist Land's epic ninth novel featuring Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong (after 2016's Strong Cold Dead) offers a double-barreled dose of Strongs: in 1944, Caitlin's grandfather Earl Strong, also a Texas Ranger, looks into three murders at a German POW camp in Texas; in the present, DNA evidence from an Austin crime scene indicates that the man who raped Caitlin 18 years earlier is still at large. Meanwhile, Dylan Masters, the son of Caitlin's lover, Cort Wesley Masters, has the misfortune to get on the wrong side of Ryan Fisker, the son of Armand Fisker, who deals in drugs on an international scale. Fortunately, clairvoyant warrior Guillermo Paz shows up at opportune times to save Dylan from the bad guys. Readers won't be too surprised to learn that Caitlin and Cort are battling the same evils that Earl and others sought to destroy in the 1940s. Texas Rangers enjoy almost mythic status, and Land unapologetically celebrates their heroism in the exploits of Caitlin and her kin.