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DOC ↠ READER Revenge A Travis Mays Novel ☆ A Travis Mays Novel ´ REFLECTIONSLISBURNLTD Å When a trained killer threatens ex cop Travis Mays—and those Travis loves—he finds a skilled adversary and an unexpected fight After a high stakes gamble ends in personal tragedKiller calling himself Creasy bent on revengeThis fast paced thriller takes readers on a wild ride down Idaho’s whitewater rivers along the historic Lolo Trails once tread by the Nez Perce nation and onto the city streets of California Tighten your helmet This ride never stops until the last shot is fired and the final body fal When the woman Travis Mays cares about is murdered he blames himself and gives up his career as a detective He moves to Idaho to a cabin along a river where he is completely disconnected no phone no pager no computer But when Travis decides to take a kayaking lesson on the river with Jesse White Eagle a beautiful Nez Perce guide he suddenly finds himself right in the middle of a new case that he was destined to be a part ofIn Revenge A Travis Mays Novel Mark Young weaves a thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end Jesse convinces Travis to help her father who is the Nez Perce police chief find her missing brother What he doesn't realize is that Tommy's disappearance is linked to his own past despite the fact that they've never met Someone is out for revenge and Travis is the real targetThis was a fast paced novel full of suspense It was hard to know who was really good who was really bad and how everyone was connected It took a while to figure out who the guy who called himself Creasy really was As a fan of the film Man on Fire I enjoyed the use of this character name And it took until the end to figure out how all the other characters were involved in the storyline Every time I thought I knew what was going on Young would throw in another twistI enjoyed the way the characters were developed particularly Travis And it was uite interesting to learn about the Nez Perce tribe through Jesse and her father Frank as well as the issues surrounding casinos religion and other topics within the Native American culture I also loved the descriptions of the river and the land where this story took place I have a beautiful picture in my mind of that river and it makes me want to travel to Idaho now to see it in personThe only thing I did struggle with is the ending And since I don't like to include spoilers in my reviews I don't want to say much I just felt like there was a bit too much going on in the end and some of it seemed rather unrealistic I'm not sure how else to say it without giving too much away But overall I really enjoyed the book and would definitely recommend it to anyone who's looking for a well written mystery with some interesting characters and lots of twists

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When a trained killer threatens ex cop Travis Mays and those Travis loves he finds a skilled adversary and an unexpected fight After a high stakes gamble ends in personal tragedy Travis walks away from years of training and a highly successful law enforcement career Determined never to look back he starts a new life and a new car Check out my blog for reviews of the reasons I'm happy that I finally started this book blog and that I'm getting and review reuests by authors I've never heard of is because I am reading a lot of novels that I never would have looked twice at I have never been interested in crime mystery or suspense novels but by accepting review reuests I've realized what I have been missing out on by not expanding my reading to a wider variety of genres before nowI really did like REVENGE A Travis Mays Novel I'm not going to say it's one of the best books I've ever read but it did keep my interest piued and for the most part I had no clue what was going to happen next or who the killer was throughout the novel Travis Mays was a well rounded character who had a lot of depth and who I was immediately rooting for as a reader Creasy was obviously the bad guy from the start who was mysterious until the last half of the book when Travis and others starting putting things together I really enjoyed Frank White Eagle and Jessie White Eagle I wish that Jessie would have had depth as a character I think that she could have been a heroine of her own in this novel but it seemed like she fell into the typical female role in suspensecop drama books in that she was bull headed had to be included in everything and inevitably ended up getting herself into situations where she needed to be rescued Also I kept wondering when there would be some kind of physical connection between Jessie and Travis It was obvious that there was something there but they never so much as kissed I'm not talking about a passionate sex scene but something to break the sexual tension up a little would have been niceAnother thing that bothered me a little bit was the fact that these people were so accommodating of Travis He wasn't well known at all in this small town in Idaho but after Tommy White Eagle Frank's son was murdered they put all their trust in him because of his stellar background as a cop Even when the people found out that Travis was actually the one who had inadvertently brought all the problems to this town and that Tommy's murder was in a way connected to him they still stood by and rallied around him If it had been me I would be keeping my distance from a guy who all of a sudden had a lot of connections to his past life ending up dead Also a small thing that bothered me was that there were a few editing errors throughout the ebook It probably had to do with the book not being a finished copy and the errors weren't so pervasive that they distracted me but there were enough that I noticed and highlighted themI did like the different twists that happened towards the end of the book You would think the book was about to be over and everything solved and all of a sudden someone else would end up dead and you would realize there was another criminal out there with Travis in their crosshairs It did get a little ridiculous in the last couple of chapters because it seemed like Travis kept putting himself in bad situations and ending up with a gun to his head I kept thinking He's supposed to be a great cop?? Also at the end when the the bad guy had the upper hand they started giving the whole story about why they killed certain people and their motive for what they were doing; it just struck me as a little cliche It seems that in all cop dramas the criminal has a gun pointed at the cops head or is about to kill someone and then they start going on about why they did what they did and telling the person the reason they have to die I know it seems like I had a lot of negative things to say about this book but it's not that I didn't like it I think that it's just not a genre that I am very familiar with or that I necessarily am drawn to I know people who absolutely love crime and mystery books and while I enjoyed reading this book; books about police and murder suspense just really aren't my cup of tea All in all it was definitely a page turner I read the book in two days because I couldn't put it down I wanted to know who the killer was and I wanted to the characters to solve the case I also was shocked several times by how things turned out If you happen to be a fan of crimemysterypolicesuspense novels then by all means get this book because it is for you and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys this type of suspense novelI would give this book 35 out of 5 Stars

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Revenge A Travis Mays NovelEer teaching criminology at the university and building a cabin in the idyllic Idaho Mountains He hires a beautiful river guide Jessie White Eagle from the Nez Perce tribe to guide him safely down the Lochsa The turbulence of the whitewater however is just the beginning of his troubles Travis finds himself in the crosshairs of a One of the better mysterythrillers I've read for awhile Good character development fast pace and tightly plotted Good sense of the setting obvious knowledge of Native American background and law enforcement as well as western water rights problems which often does not happen with books set in the modern west Since I lived most of my life in that general kind of setting errors in locationcharacterbackground will turn me off a book very uickly It was not detailed but what was there was done wellMy only criticism of the book a mild one is that I'm not sure the motivation for the final 'bad guy' was well developed or particularly adeuate seemed just a little contrived But a very minor flaw for a very impressive first book