Scattered Leaves
Richard Roach

About the Book:

When Ben McCord comes home from a business trip to find his young wife rapedscattered-leaves1 and murdered, he starts out on a journey of death and destruction.

Clues lead him to a dark world of drugs and violence in action that spans Texas, Colorado, and the Mexican border. McCord hooks up with a beautiful doctor, who was also victimized by members of the same drug cartel, and together they track down the killers, surviving bloody confrontations, and ending with a suspenseful climax in the Big Thicket of Texas.

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3 responses

  1. How about your workplace? Are you safe? Really! Well, let me tell you insane criminals are a threat to everyone. They threaten you and your family. Wake up before it’s too late. The police are powerless to help you until AFTER the crime. You never know what evil lurks in the minds of men, and even some women. Think about your innocent children and take a GOOD look at your associates before it’s too late.

    Richard E. Roach
    Rockwall TX 75032

    November 5, 2008 at 9:03 pm

  2. russell martin

    i highly recommend this book… the plot construct allows the reader to become directly involved in the book in an innovative fashion.. the ebb and flow allows for smooth,pleasurable reading and the words jump off the page at you at the proper times during the climax… wisly written… great book!!!

    November 5, 2008 at 9:33 pm

  3. This book is not just a mystery but also an action/suspense novel with the main character McCord searching for the killer or killers of his wife. In this regard, it has similarities with “The Fugitive” movie with Harrison Ford. Unlike that movie, however, there is much more of a mystery as to why his wife was killed and the perpetrators’ motives. McCord is obviously a smart & able man but he is also emotionally distraught over his wife’s death and this causes him to be reckless at times.

    If someone likes John D. MacDonald’s Travis McGhee novels & Donald Hamilton’s Matt Helm books, they should find this an easy and entertaining read.


    November 5, 2008 at 9:55 pm

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