Monday, April 7, 2014


Sprint. Fans of action thrillers will delight in the way Patrick Lee begins his novel, Runner, with immediate pulse-quickening action, and most readers will like the way he maintains a quick pace right to the very end of the book. Sam Dryden, a widower and retired special forces operative, finds himself running during the night when an eleven year old girl, Rachel, crashes into him in the dark. As the exposition unfolds, readers learn of Rachel’s special skills, and how competing government contractors are working to develop methods for mind control. All Sam’s expertise comes into play as he tries to protect Rachel. I read this novel swiftly and was entertained throughout. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase Runner from

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