Ochoco Reach by Jim Stewart

  • Publication date 😕December 28, 2015
  • File size 😕5843 KB
  • Word Wise 😕Enabled
  • Print length 😕296 pages
  • Publisher 😕Word Hermit Press (December 28, 2015)
  • ASIN 😕B019YOL5J2
  • X-Ray 😕Not Enabled
  • Enhanced typesetting 😕Enabled
  • Screen Reader 😕Supported
  • Text-to-Speech 😕Enabled
  • Language: 😕English


Mike’s usual strategy was to gently stir the pot and wait for patterns to emerge, but this case was boiling over from the day Willimina showed up at his office. Freelance investigator Mike Ironwood doesn’t hesitate for a moment when a lovely stranger asks him to help her get to the bottom of suspicious happenings on her family cattle ranch. The case is intriguing, and Willimina even more so. Six days in, the case has turned up two dead bodies, an alphabet soup of secretive federal investigators, and a client who just might be The One. That’s when things get complicated. When a greedy DEA agent and his complicated and deadly triggerman kidnap Willy, Mike enlists help from his brother and sets out to rescue her from a conflicted cartel jefe. The trail leads them deep into Mexico, but they come home with dangerous unfinished business. Ochoco Reach introduces Mike Ironwood, his special ops brother Daniel, and Bucket, a Catahoula leopard dog who is equally at home herding cattle and pinning bad guys to the floor. Together, they are formidable allies who also seem to attract trouble at every turn.