Badwater

Badwater From The Edge of Justice to Crossing the Line Clinton McKinzie has captivated readers with thrillers that combine heart pounding action with searing human drama and feature a truly unforgettable hero

  • Title: Badwater
  • Author: Clinton McKinzie
  • ISBN: 9780440242192
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • From The Edge of Justice to Crossing the Line, Clinton McKinzie has captivated readers with thrillers that combine heart pounding action with searing human drama and feature a truly unforgettable hero, Special Agent Antonio Burns Now McKinzie delivers a new novel filled with his trademarks the thrill of danger, the clash between the law and the lawless, and the strugglesFrom The Edge of Justice to Crossing the Line, Clinton McKinzie has captivated readers with thrillers that combine heart pounding action with searing human drama and feature a truly unforgettable hero, Special Agent Antonio Burns Now McKinzie delivers a new novel filled with his trademarks the thrill of danger, the clash between the law and the lawless, and the struggles of a family bound by love, loyalty, and a hunger for adventure Here McKinzie takes us to a stark Wyoming landscape, where one tragic moment plunges Antonio Burns into a whirlpool of hate, violence, and revenge.BadwaterAntonio Burns is at a crossroads he rarely sees his six month old daughter, and his career has spiraled downward from hotshot golden boy to nearly having his badge confiscated And things are about to get even worse When a ten year old boy dies in a drowning incident in Badwater, Wyoming, the townspeople want the tourist they feel is responsible convicted of murder In an already explosive case, Burns has been forced into working for the prosecution and when a media hungry celebrity lawyer takes over the defense, justice turns into a charade.Clinging to his sanity by climbing the crags and caverns of a local canyon, recovering from the near death of his daredevil brother and his breakup with the mother of his child, Antonio tries to turn his back on this situation But he can t He finds one crucial piece of evidence, makes one mistake with a woman, and then turns to his brother, Roberto, for help Soon he s all the way in no matter what the cost to his career, his life, or to the people who still count him as one of their own The spellbinding story of a cop drawn to danger, a community steeped in hatred, and an explosive mix of opportunists, idealists, and a few very bad men, Badwater is a taut, thunderous novel and Clinton McKinzie at his electrifying best.

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      Published :2019-02-11T19:06:29+00:00

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    1. Do not read this book first! Mr. McKinzie has written 5 books and this is the last in the series, I read it again once I finished the first 4. Set in Wyoming, the main character is in law enforcement and a climber. The descriptions of the landscapes and of climbing are great. The order of his books are 1. The Edge of Justice, 2. Point of Law, 3. Trial by Ice and Fire, 4. Crossing the Line and 5. Badwater. Though any of these can stand alone, they are much more fun read in order. Mr. McKinzie is [...]

    2. Clinton McKinzie is an enigma. The plot of his books are always excellent and the setting is some of the most beautiful country in the U.S. However, the constant dramatic shift in the life of his main character Antonio Burns is getting to be annoying. It seems every book Anton has a new dog, a new love interest and hid job is unstable.Overall I enjoy the stories but would like to see more stability in the life of the main character.

    3. This entry into the Antonio Burns series isn't quite as strong as the others, simply because the level of tension isn't quite as high--there isn't as much at risk. But McKinzie is a strong writer and Antonio Burns is a character you root for even when he's being stupid. Do start this series at the beginning, though.

    4. I haven't read the other books in this series, but this was a gripping story with interesting twists. This book was hard to put down. It's definitely a man's book, with lots of descriptions of rock climbing as well as violence and crimes. But it's well written and a very good read.

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