Fasten Your Seatbelts
In the explosive conclusion of John Gilstrap's five-part novel, the high-speed pursuit of two fugitive lovers kicks into overdrive--on the ultimate collison course with destiny . . .
After plotting their escape, evading the police, and witnessing a murder, Nicki and Brad have reached the end of the line--and there's nowhere left to hide . . .
Holed up in a house in a North Carolina fishing village, they've run out of time, run out of luck, and run out of options. All they've got are a couple of hostages . . .
Two innocent people--a feisty senior and her grandson--are the bargaining chips Alex needs to buy more time. But Nicki can't wait any longer. Her life is in jeopardy, and her father is desperate enough to do anything to save her. Deputy Sheriff Darla Sweet is finding evidence that could change everything for the young lovers. But when every second counts, the only real justice comes in a hail of bullets. . .
"Gilstrap is a master of action and drama."--Gayle Lynds
"When you pick up a Gilstrap novel, one thing is always true--you are going to be entertained at a high rate of speed."--Suspense Magazine
"One of the best thriller writers."--Genre Go Round
Includes a preview chapter from John Gilstrap's next thriller, Friendly Fire
About the author
John Gilstrap is the New York Times bestselling author of award-winning action novels including the Jonathan Grave Thrillers and the Victoria Emerson series. A master of action-driven suspense, he’s touted as one of the most accomplished thriller writers on the planet and his books have been translated into more than 20 languages. He is the recipient of an International Thriller Writers’ Award for Against All Enemies and a two-time ITW Award finalist. He also won the ALA Alex Award for Nathan’s Run, which was optioned for film by Warner Bros. A nationally recognized weaponry and explosives safety expert, John Gilstrap frequently speaks at conferences, events, clubs, youth programs, and military bases. He is a former firefighter and EMT with a master’s degree in safety from the University of Southern California and a bachelor’s degree in history from the College of William and Mary in Virginia. John lives in Fairfax, Virginia and can be found online at JohnGilstrap.com.