The DrifterBook - 2015
"Lots of characters get compared to my own Jack Reacher, but Petrie's Peter Ash is the real deal."--Lee Child
Peter Ash came home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan with only one souvenir: what he calls his "white static," the buzzing claustrophobia due to post-traumatic stress that has driven him to spend a year roaming in nature, sleeping under the stars.
But when a friend from the Marines commits suicide, Ash returns to civilization to help the man's widow with some home repairs. Under her dilapidated porch, he finds more than he bargained for: the largest, ugliest, meanest dog he's ever encountered...and a Samsonite suitcase stuffed with cash and explosives.
As Ash begins to investigate this unexpected discovery, he finds himself at the center of a plot that is far larger than he could have imagined...and it may lead straight back to the world he thought he'd left for good.
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And the animal was enormous. Like a timber wolf run through the wash with a pit bull, a Great Dane, and a fuzzy orange sweatshirt.
"He had the thoughtful eyes of a werewolf a week before the change."
"Charlie and his little brother, Miles, were inside, doing whatever boys did in the odd, lonely freedom before their mothers come home from work."
"The wind had stripped the trees bare of leaves, and their branches mingled overhead like long, bony fingers."
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