Chasing Revenge is an absolutely AWESOME book! I was engrossed in this page turner from the very beginning and was never disappointed in the flow and storyline all the way to the end.
U.S. Marshall's Box and Carl are entertaining and enjoyable to follow along as they allow the reader to become quickly involved in their race to catch a fugitive named Fisher who escaped from prison. This call would cause them to leave sunny California and head to a much colder climate in Portland, Oregon. Box wasn't excited about having to go to this colder location as he would have to stop and purchase some much needed warmer clothing for this assignment. He hated the thought of being cold on stakeouts and on this manhunt causing him to leave his warm home front.
After arriving in Oregon, the adventure moves at a pace that keeps one on edge with every page. There is so much adventure that I can't see anyone who enjoys a mystery, murder, action packed book not enjoying this one. Fisher seems to always stay one step ahead of everyone, causing a great amount of frustration for Box and Carl as they try to anticipate his next move.
Whether it's in a crowded gun show, a hotel, bar or other establishment, there is always the need for one to look over their shoulder to see who might be around. Maybe it's a bomb going off that's meant for the judge that sent Fisher to prison? Maybe it's the dead bodies that seem to appear after Fisher doesn't need their help any longer? Author Anthony Odom certainly keeps the reader on their toes while moving from one action adventure to another.
Carl is concerned about his wife Julie who seems extremely happy as of late when she's been looking for new carpet. While Box tries to explain that she is just happy about getting new things for the house, Carl isn't buying it as he has this nagging feeling that something is wrong. You will want to read and find out about why Julie is so happy about selecting new carpet for the house.
From beginning to end, this is a very well written and enjoyable book.
5 of 5 stars