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The Running Game

Rachel’s father called it the running game. Count the exits, calculate the routes, and always be ready to run. She is a Reacher, wanted by the government and the criminal underworld for her psionic powers. 

Charlie and his brother John have a reputation for accomplishing the impossible. But after losing his family, Charlie is a broken mess and John is barely keeping him afloat. In desperation, they take a job from a ruthless crime lord, only to discover the girl they are hunting is a Reacher. One of their own kind.

With the help of dangerous and dubious allies, can Rachel turn the game around and save herself?

This dystopian, paranormal thriller provides plenty of action, mystery and entertainment with deft storytelling. Wonderfully written.


Border Lines

When the perfect job comes up, Charlie doesn't have to think twice.

This is the break he's been looking for, and nobody - not even the rest of his team - can persuade him otherwise. The job means working for an old enemy and crossing the border into London.

Both are risky, but Charlie has no idea how high the stakes really are. The team will have to confront their past, each other and a killer who is closer than they realize.

But can they make it out of the city alive?


I love LE Fitzpatrick’s ability to create such brilliant story lines with something that isn’t possible but has you believing it could be.


Every Storm Breaks

When a Reacher terrorist group enlists the help of a deranged serial killer, their goal is simple: bring chaos to Britain.

But when the death count starts rising, chaos comes sooner than expected.

As tensions between the London elite and the surrounding slums reach a breaking point, Charlie finds himself in handcuffs on the wrong side of the border. Government agents are closing in, and he is running out of time.

Can his friends save him in time? And when the storm comes, will anyone get out alive?


This book starts off strong and continues all the way through leaving you not wanting to put it down.


The Rising Fire

The Union are marching. They’re hungry, desperate, and winter is coming. On the other side of the wall, the rich and privileged hold all the power, but that is about to change.

Charlie Smith is tired of fighting, and of being hunted. After his family’s murder, he seeks meaning for his life. When he hears about the Union, he realizes that this is his chance. It’s time to make a stand for what’s right.

As the institute closes in and civil war is about to erupt, sacrifices have to be made. But not everyone is going to make it out alive.

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