COLD FIRE

COLD FIRE                                                  DUSTIN STEVENS

Cold FireAs a DEA agent, Jeremiah “Hawk” Tate was one of the best at taking down drug traffickers. Then the cartels struck back—and destroyed everything he held dear.

Five years later, Hawk has retreated from society and is living a quiet life as a Montana wilderness guide. He’s done with the DEA, done with the criminals, and done with the pain left over from his past. But his past isn’t done with him.

When a mysterious woman offers him an enormous amount of money to find her lost brother, Hawk knows he should walk away, but, with a flash of gunfire, he gets pulled back in. Surrounded by old enemies and allies, he must face off with a new player planning to flood the market with a lethal drug. This may be the chance for revenge Hawk never thought he’d get.

HUBBY'S REVIEW:
Cold Fire starts off slow with a guide by the name of Jeremiah “Hawk” Tate. Who is ready to close down his service for the winter, but as luck would have it he receives an offer of about one years’ worth of pay for one last guide to a lake. The women says she is looking for her brother and though he feels that the story does not make sense he ends up taking her. When they get there the man is someone from his past and she is actually a hit person, who shots the guy and then shots him as he falls into the water. He survives but is pissed and on his way out finds her body frozen because a storm came through. Once he makes it out and back to his car. He travels to his former bosses place in New Mexico, and tells him what has happen and the DEA puts him back on the old case along with a new agent that he did not know. But every time they get a lead the person is already dead before they get their and then an informant dies. He knows someone inside is working for the revival drug cartel, so besides trying to stay alive he must find the mole at the same time also. This book starts a little slow but then takes off and is full suspense, action, murder and an ending with actually two different twists that really surprised me, but made for a fantastic story. This was a good book. I got this book from net galley.   I give this 5 stars.

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