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Mercy River

Glen Erik Hamilton

Shot through with the energy and imagery of its spectacular setting, Mercy River is the latest in Glen Erik Hamilton’s prize-winning Van Shaw series.

Format
Paperback
ISBN
9780571332380
Date Published
04.04.2019
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Summary

‘Jack Reacher may just have a fresh rival.’ Daily Mail

‘Put Mercy River in the So Damn Good column … I couldn’t put it down.’ MEG GARDINER

When Van Shaw receives a distress call from his fellow Afghan War veteran, Leo Pak, he has to leave the urban hazards of Seattle to head far south to a town called Broken Ridge, deep in the wild heart of rural Oregon.

Leo faces charges of murdering a local gun dealer, and while Van doesn’t doubt his friend’s innocence, he knows he faces conviction. As Van starts his own covert investigations, the small town is suddenly awash with Army Ranger veterans, converging for a raucous annual Rally. Was it only this reunion that brought Leo to town? Or is someone at the Rally setting Leo up to cover for their own dark designs?

Critic Reviews

Put MERCY RIVER in the So Damn Good column. The story crackles, the writing soars, and the characters leap alive off the page. I couldn’t put it down.

Meg Gardiner, Edgar Award-winning author of INTO THE BLACK NOWHERE
Critic Reviews

MERCY RIVER is a terrific thriller, deftly plotted and sharply written. Glen Erik Hamilton is a genuine talent.

T. Jefferson Parker, bestselling author of SWIFT VENGEANCE
Critic Reviews

The superbly talented Hamilton creates a tough and wonderfully complex hero--and a rivetingly taut story. Edgy, compelling and gritty, this action-packed page-turner resonates with authenticity. Rejoice, Reacher fans. Van Shaw is here.

Hank Phillippi Ryan, bestselling author of TRUST ME
Glen ErikHamilton

A native of Seattle, Glen Erik Hamilton was raised aboard a sailboat and grew up around the marinas and commercial docks and islands of the Pacific North West. His first novel, Past Crimes (2015) won a Strand Critics Circle Award as well as the Anthony and Macavity Awards for Best First Novel, and was nominated for the Edgar, Nero, and…

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