Randall Wood is the author of the popular Jack Randall series of thrillers, along with several short stories featuring the main characters. After a life spent in occupations such as paratrooper, teacher and flight paramedic, he eventually listened to the little voices in his head and now writes full time. He currently resides on the Gulf coast of Florida with his wife, their three children, two cats and one Great Dane puppy. He welcomes readers, and fellow writers, to his website at http://www.randallwoodauthor.com/
25 things about me:
1- I have over 200 more take-offs than I do landings. One tree landing (planned) and one water landing. (unplanned) Parachutes do NOT float.
2-I still own my first car, an 86 Monte Carlo SS, slightly augmented.
3-I wrote my first stories in junior high. My first novel in 2006.
4-Reading and sleeping are pretty much the same thing for me.
5-I'd rather burn the midnight oil than get up early.
6-I've run two marathons. One on a dare, the other for fun.
7-I own a 9mm automatic that's been to seven countries.
8-My IQ is 142. Or at least it was at one point.
9-I'm right handed and left eyed.
10-Someday I hope to retire on a sailboat.
11-My favorite coffee is a triple-grande'-white- mocha. I order it with a deep voice.
12-I own 14 swords, one of which is a light saber, green.
13-I like big dogs.
14-If I'm not writing I'm building stuff.
15-I don't wear hats unless I absolutely have to.
16-I'm a PC.
17-Reeses Peanut Butter Cups.
18-I still play with Lego's.
19-I'm partially deaf on my right side...from blowing things up.
20-Fastest Rubik's cube time; 1 minute 34 seconds.
21-Most common report card statement; "Not working up to his full potential."
22-Second most common; "Constantly reads in class."
23-Once intubated and saved two dogs involved in a house fire.
24-I grew up on Heavy Metal hair bands.
25-Now that I can write and publish all I want, I doubt I'll ever retire.
As more bodies fall the shooter takes his message to the press, earning the support of the public with his choice of targets and confounding the FBI at every turn. From the desert of Nevada to the urban jungle of New York City, Jack and his team follow the trail of bodies and haunting messages left behind by the killer. With the pressure to find him mounting on Jack, the assassin’s crimes grow bolder, and his message more sinister and closer to home.
It becomes clear to Jack that in order to find the shooter, he may have to look inside his own past, and become the man he was years ago.
Before he can settle into his new job with Homeland Security, Jack Randall of the FBI finds himself pulled into the seedy world of black market organ trading. With help from an old friend from Interpol he soon uncovers an evil well fed by the desperation of good people. An evil that strikes with the power to force its deeds on anyone. Jack soon learns that in order to defeat such an enemy, he may have to go to war against his own people, and himself