Review of ‘Girl Jacked’

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War vet Jack Stratton suffers PTSD connected with the loss of his best friend, Chandler, in Iraq. Now a cop, Jack is wrestling with the demons of his past, including turning his back on his adopted family. When he hears that Chandler’s sister, Michelle, is missing, he is forced to face the past. While the police think Michelle might have just taken off, Jack knows that she’s not the kind to do that—not like he did. When her body is found, he discovers that she had another life, and wonders if it caused her death.

I received a free copy of Girl Jacked by Christopher Greyson in exchange for my unbiased review. This is a finely-tuned mystery with many plot twists and turns to keep you on edge. Jack Stratton is the perfect anti-hero, a man who struggles with demons, some of his own making, but who always tries to do what’s right.

The right thing for you to do is pick up a copy of this book, and read it. I give it four stars.

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