Skyflash

Skyflash A series of mysterious murders have taken place in Atlanta As the body count mounts FBI Assistant Director Erin Welch hires private investigator J T Ryan to help What he finds is stunning the murders

  • Title: Skyflash
  • Author: Lee Gimenez
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A series of mysterious murders have taken place in Atlanta As the body count mounts, FBI Assistant Director Erin Welch hires private investigator J T Ryan to help What he finds is stunning the murders are linked to a new illegal drug showing up on America s streets Named Skyflash , the powerful drug gives users a breathtaking burst of intelligence, strength, and coA series of mysterious murders have taken place in Atlanta As the body count mounts, FBI Assistant Director Erin Welch hires private investigator J T Ryan to help What he finds is stunning the murders are linked to a new illegal drug showing up on America s streets Named Skyflash , the powerful drug gives users a breathtaking burst of intelligence, strength, and confidence But Skyflash has a horrifying dark side Once the initial rush is over, the narcotic turns users into deranged killers And the problem is growing, as usage of the drug spreads across the U.S As Ryan closes in on the criminal masterminds behind Skyflash, he learns a shocking secret about the drug A secret so explosive it exposes some of America s most powerful people Can Ryan blow the lid off the conspiracy before hired assassins kill him and the woman he loves

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    1. “Skyflash” features former special operator turned private investigator J.T. Ryan, along with Erin Welch, the FBI assistant director in Atlanta, both of whom are investigating a new drug, Skyflash, ,which delivers an incredible high but has potentially devastating side-effects.“Skyflash” moves quickly, yet it’s very well-developed and thought out. I really like J.T. Ryan and Erin Welch’s banter a lot because it was not overly flirty (mainly because Ryan’s got a long-term girlfriend [...]

    2. This is one of those books that you will not put down. I started reading it intending to cover the first 50 pages. The next thing I knew, I was deeply engrossed in the story and neglected my work. It was so worth it! When the assistant director of the FBI, Erin Welch, hires J.T. Ryan, a private investigator, to take on a case, it's because the problem is deep and the body count is high. A new drug called Skyflash triggered users to commit brutal murders. Ryan's job is to find out who is manufact [...]

    3. Skyflash is a fast-paced mystery thriller written by author, Lee Gimenez. What can I say? I thoroughly enjoyed the book. The reader follows private investigator J.T Ryan from Atlanta, to South America, to the Caribbean and back as he attempts to stop a new lethal drug from flooding the streets in the US. Ryan reminds me of actor Tom Selleck with touches of Chuck Norris tossed into the mix. He ruggedly handsome and he prefers to work alone which means he is constantly getting himself into dangero [...]

    4. JT Ryan is an enormous smart ass and in my book, that makes him enormous fun. This is my first JT Ryan book and I thoroughly enjoyed the read. Chasing the newest designer drug across the Western Hemisphere, Ryan make his own rules, even if he is on the FBI payroll. I kind of like Mavericks, they are hard to forget. I'll be looking into more JT Ryan novels, Lee Gimenez has created a fantastic character.

    5. Zingy read. J.T. Ryan grew on me as a hero, and so did his boss Erin Welch, director of the FBI's office in Atlanta. The villains were exquisitely nasty people who were a pleasure to hate.I really enjoyed the premise of a dangerous new narcotic having been developed, and Ryan having to chase down leads to unravel the puzzle before more people die from the drug. I don't know if drug investigations really work the way Ryan conducts his, but his development of the case was informative and mostly pl [...]

    6. I bought this download by accident. I thought I was buying a MARK Gimenez book; but it was a happy mistake. I enjoyed the novel. The plot was clearly structured and moved at a good pace. The characters were fully drawn and sympathetic, and I enjoyed the familiar Georgia setting. The book needed some editing - extraneous apostrophes and wrong verb tenses always bother me.

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