When helicopters and armored vehicles filled with soldiers in hazmat suits quarantine the small mountain town of Resurrection, Colorado, Sheriff Rick Johnson feels like the Jihadi wars have followed him home. But while the town follows martial law out of fear of a virus released into the air, Rick isn’t buying the official version of events. As he investigates, the cover story unravels and he discovers the military’s presence and the salvation they offer isn’t what it seems….
I liked the look of this book as it seemed to be the sort of book I would go for. I’m glad I did as I found it to be a well written engaging read. The main character is likeable, mainly due to him being a former US soldier who returned from the war minus an arm. Thanks to new technology he was able to have a state of the art arm fitted. He then manages to become Sheriff of a small friendly town called Resurrection. Thinking everything had come together for him, as well as becoming involved
with his late best friend’s widow, things couldn’t be going any better….that was until he made a trip up to an old mine to locate one of his deputies. This starts a brilliant, but frightening story.
This book made me looking forward to picking it up again to see what would happen. There are not many books that do that for me and I will certainly be looking for more Jeff Gunhus books in the future.
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