On a dusty highway just north of the United States/Mexico border a man named Mike Finnegan is struck by a fast-moving vehicle and flung into the desert. Miraculously, he survives and winds up in a hospital in the tiny border town of Buenavista, seemingly … see full wiki
Iron River is the latest in T. Jefferson Parker’s Charlie Hood series that began with L.A. Outlaws. I found L.A. Outlaws to be totally engrossing. Although I didn’t find this latest adventure to be as mesmerizing, it was a nice update in Charlie’s life. New characters are introduced that leave the reader wondering where its all going. L.A. Outlaws introduced Charlie, a woman named Allison Murietta, and assorted other characters – both good … more
the latest from T. Jefferson Parker brings back his character Charlie Hood in a new and ever more dangerous pursuit of justice. Not my favorite of his books, but I still enjoyed it and can't wait for the next one! I'm hoping it ties up some loose ends.
I struggled to even finish half of this book that starts out exciting as a couple driving on a highway close to the US/Mexican border accidently strike a man changing a flat tire. They go to help him but he says to leave him and not to get involved. They phone in the accident anyway and the man survives in the hospital. He claims his name as Mike Finnegan and he has some sort of psychic powers. In the meantime an ATF agent, Charlie Hood accidentally kills a … more