#BOOKREVIEW - ON the Run by John W Mefford
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Book: ON the Run
(An Ozzie Novak Thriller, Book 6) (Redemption Thriller Series 18)
Author: John W Mefford
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime Fiction
My Rating: ★★★★★
They are the winds of fate...
They lift your spirit to soaring heights.
And then there is that one staggering, but unforgettable, moment…
A body plummets into the stormy water and, along with it, swallows Ozzie’s heart.
Can it actually be true?
But mourning isn’t painful enough. Not by a long shot.
Determined to disprove the unthinkable, Ozzie hunts every possible suspect. Along the way, he’s exposed to those who have axes to grind and those with not an ounce of human decency. But could any of them actually pull off something like this?
Old friends from Ozzie’s past are just the steady hand he needs to separate fact from fiction and end this pursuit for good.
But in blows another breeze, and this one carries a stench so rotten, Ozzie is nearly destroyed.
Could Ozzie have predicted that fate could be this cruel?
There is still one innocent soul to save, and Ozzie will do anything to ensure his life with his daughter is secure. Even if he has to kill for it.
Another installment in the Ozzie Novak Thriller series, ON the Run, brings you on a whole new adventure that you don’t want to miss. Once I started reading, I did not want to put the book down. The many players in this story help create a unique and thrilling read. There is always enough descriptiveness in John W Mefford’s books that you feel you are there watching it happen. The characters are well developed and engaging.
John W Mefford knows how to bring a story to life, give you a thrill and keep your attention. He is a very talented writer that I have come to enjoy and look forward to what he comes up with next. John does a great job of intertwining the characters from his different series. This author is definitely high up on my go-to author list. A must-read for those who enjoy thriller suspense novels.
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