Axel Blaze Thriller Book 2
by Bill Runner
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Pub Date 12 May 2022 | Archive Date 25 May 2022
“I’ve dealt with lots of dangerous men, men like you, who kill people over nothing. But sometimes, they mess with the wrong guy.”
Ex-deputy US Marshal Axel Blaze knows how to deal with dangerous men. A background in the special forces and the US Marshals has made him a tactical fighter and lethal opponent. Following the successful debut of Blaze Returns, Bill Runner is back with the second novel in the Axel Blaze thriller series.
When Blaze takes out a Mexican cartel’s operations in Nevada, the cartel sends hitmen after him and everyone he cares about. Bad move. What the cartel doesn’t realize is, it has messed with a Lethal Force.
Blaze will go after them. Put the fear of death in them. Before striking back. Hard.
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This story was totally unpredictable and starts off with a bang and just keeps going.
It's just like the book blurb says when it states when someone comes after the people Axel cares about? He's striking back and he's striking back hard. He was smart, skilled and loyal to people he cares about. I liked that he was even encouraging to good people when he didn't have to be. When people asked him how he always seems to get unavailable Intel, he said he always had ears to the ground. And that is proven time after time. He's also not interested in glory but in justice and winning against evil.
Those fighting against him, who aren't dead will be looking for orthopedic surgeons as soon as they can get back up. *wink* Some unexpected people show up to help him in his crusade, adding so much more to the story. These new friends show up, people who have been hidden in their fight against the cartel. I liked that it showed Blaze not only as a killing machine but also showed the more human side to him.
There were a few times that the military weaponry information got a bit more intricate that I would have liked. But the author sure seemed to know his stuff and the actual story was to good to quit.
The ending was everything I could have hoped for.
" I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book through Netgalley. And these are my honest opinions about it.”