Framing the Dialogue

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downfall In the third in the Sam Capra series, Downfall, Capra is drawn into a fight that he does not want when there is trouble at one of his bars.  A woman seems to be in trouble and he steps in only to be confronted by thugs.  As he tries to find out about the mysterious woman and her assailants he comes to the attention of a very dangerous man and his minions.  His attempts to wriggle free from this man who seems like the devil not only threaten his association with Mila and the Round Table, but his own family.

The Last Minute

last minuteIn the second in the Jeff Abbott’s Sam Capra series, Capra realizes that he is a chess piece and unfortunately he doesn’t know who is making the moves and they seem to be, like all great chess players, a few moves ahead of him.  He has become a rather wealthy bar owner and working for Mila, but he still doesn’t really know who she is or who she is working for.  He still desperately wants to believe that his son is still alive somewhere and desires nothing more than to get him back…though he never really had him.  While following a lead he is given a choice, no a chance to get his son, Daniel, back.  He just has to do something unfathomable.  What would you do to save your child?


adrenalineThis is the first in the Sam Capra thriller series and it really lived up to its title, Adrenaline , for me.  Sam Capra is a CIA agent stationed in England (unbeknownst to the British).  What started as a normal day doesn’t end that way as Capra’s life is upended and he finds himself alone and searching for answers and loved ones.  Unfortunately for Sam there are nasty people searching for him and he cannot trust anyone;