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Wrong Town fuses the worlds of special operations, counterintelligence, police work, and small-town drama into a gripping adventure full of characters with monumental responsibilities and real-life troubles.
Follow 39-year-old veteran Mark Landry as he returns home, having retired from an American government black ops unit. In a small town north of Boston with a rich history, Landry finds that the only girl he has ever loved, Luci Alvarez, is now an extraordinary policewoman at the precarious center of a community's struggles with change, amid a powder keg of fear and paranoia not seen since colonial times. Landry seeks to convince Officer Alvarez that he is home for good as he learns the astonishing answer to a lifelong mystery. Landry is eager to begin his new life, but events threaten to expose disturbing details of his past that would send shock waves through the country and sabotage the only relationship he cares about.
As terrorist attacks and targeted mass shootings increasingly litter American soil, two new realities come into focus: The war on terrorism's geographic center of gravity is shifting, and Landry's new life is beginning to look a lot like the career he left behind.
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Definitely not the next Jack Reacher
I might, there is plenty of room for improvement.
There were so many ways this story could be made more enjoyable. Gaps in the story are explained in a paragraph rather than filling in the detail. Much like when a poor mystery writer introduces the villain in the last chapter this book has lost and undeveloped characters. Also the book doesn't really know where it is going and what it wants to be. Much of the book seems to be a fictional version of Fox News soundbites, which might make an interesting read if it was better developed. This was an outline of what could easily have been 2 or 3 good books if fleshed out and the gaps were filled in.