“I've said this before, and I'll keep saying it - Michael Ledwidge is the real deal! You'll thank me for getting you to read Run for Cover. I read it in a day. Great characters, great storytelling, great Ledwidge." -James Patterson
The next installment in the pulse-pounding Gannon series, featuring murder, intrigue and a deadly new mystery that may just be his last…
Fresh from a lethal entanglement with some of the deepest and darkest players in the global intelligence services, Michael Gannon heads to the safest place he can think of: deep in the wilds of Utah on the ranch of one of his oldest and closest war buddies.
But when his friend’s brother is found dead in the rocky foothills of Grand Teton, Gannon realizes there are some things more important than keeping your head down. Is his death just one in a string of grisly murders mysteriously occurring around national parks—or a part of something even more sinister?
Flushed from cover, Gannon soon finds himself teamed up with tenacious FBI agent Kit Hagen on the trail of a dangerous mystery and a head-on collision course with a ruthless killer whose skills at war are as deadly as they come.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
The hairpin turns in this serpentine thriller are so tense, they feel like they could send you hurtling off a cliff. Ex–Navy SEAL Michael Gannon is living incognito in the wilds of Utah when he’s called on to investigate a murder in the parklands of Arizona. Apparently a park ranger and an FBI agent were found dead—and the crime seems to fit a disturbing pattern. Teaming up with Kit Hagen, a federal agent who survived the wilderness sniper attack, Michael starts a dark and complex journey into the murder scene. This sequel to Stop at Nothing is so visceral, you can start the story right here (though if you enjoy this kind of breakneck action, you’re sure to like the first book too). We felt like we were racing right alongside the pair on their increasingly death-defying odyssey. Neil Hellegers’ urgent, no-nonsense narration is the perfect complement to Michael’s shoot-from-the-hip personality. You might want to clear your calendar before you start Run for Cover: This kind of thriller demands to be heard in a single sitting.