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Number of Pages: 464
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.44 (inches)|
Series: John Hutchinson
Hutch is a newspaper columnist, single dad . . . and last defense against a lunatic's high-tech killing machine.
Special Forces veteran-turned-billionaire Brendan Page has some dirty not-so-little secrets. He's built an empire on supplying futuristic weapons and highly trained soldiers to the world's most powerful armies.
But he's saved his most destructive weapons for himself.
John Hutchinson, a Denver newspaper columnist and avid bow-hunter, has figured out the truth about Brendan Page and is determined to bring him down. But he's up against a warmonger linked to assasinations, kidnappings, and terrorist activities.
Hutch quickly uncovers a plan that seems unfathomable in its recklessness and loss of life. Yet he's just one man up against impossible odds--with no Plan B. Thankfully, it's just the kind of environment Hutch thrives best in . . . if he can survive the next three days.
Deadlock will grab you from the riveting first page to its white-knuckle climax.
"With a blistering pace and irresistable characters, Deadlock is the best of high-octane suspense."
- Gayle Lynds, New York Times best-selling author of The Last Spymaster
Melissa5 Stars Out Of 5September 10, 2010MelissaThis is the second book about "Hutch". It is not necessary to read Deadfalls before Deadlock, but it helps. Short chapters, quick easy read. John "Hutch" Hutchinson, a journalist, begins to uncover too much information about a very powerful man, Brendon Page. Page will stop at nothing to keep Hutch quiet. This is an edge-of-your-seat book!!
Debbie Oxier5 Stars Out Of 5June 12, 2010Debbie OxierThis book kept me on the edge of my seat the entire way through it. It had plenty of action, a little romance, and some really good characters. I would enjoy reading other works by the author. The only complaint I had was that I purchased the book in a Christian bookstore but there really wasn't any mention of God or the characters' faith in Him. I would be interested in knowing if the author professes faith in Jesus Christ and if so, did he gear this more toward a secular audience. Even so, I would definitely buy other works of his. I give it 5 1/2 stars!