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Two Assassinations That Appear To Be Linked Homicide Detective Ryan Clark has a problem. A prominent businessman has been assassinated by a drive-by shooting. Two weeks earlier another man, in the same industry, was shot and killed. He suspects the assassinations are related and calls an old friend with the FBI. When FBI profiler Special Agent Sean Kruger arrives at the s Two Assassinations That Appear To Be Linked Homicide Detective Ryan Clark has a problem. A prominent businessman has been assassinated by a drive-by shooting. Two weeks earlier another man, in the same industry, was shot and killed. He suspects the assassinations are related and calls an old friend with the FBI. When FBI profiler Special Agent Sean Kruger arrives at the scene of the second murder, he agrees with Clark but is hesitant to get involved. After twenty-five years with the FBI, he is tired of the bureaucracy and politics of the job. His constant traveling has kept him away from the woman he loves and he is contemplating retiring to start a new life with her. ˃˃˃ The Assassin Strikes Close To Home A week later, while home in Kansas City, the assassin strikes again, this time close to where he lives, making things personal. With the help of JR Diminski, the computer genius from The Fugitive’s Trail, Kruger identifies a suspect and travels to Alabama for the arrest. ˃˃˃ When Things Go From Bad To Worse Politics and micromanaging complicate the situation. Kruger is ordered to wait but disobeys and proceeds with the arrest. When everything goes horribly wrong, he is suspended by the Director of the FBI. Now outside the protection of the agency, he must decide whether to walk away from his career or put his new marriage and life in danger by pursuing the assassin. An assassin whose ultimate goal is an attack in the center of the United States, an attack that will result in more innocent casualties than 9/11. Scroll Up And Grab Your Copy Today!


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Two Assassinations That Appear To Be Linked Homicide Detective Ryan Clark has a problem. A prominent businessman has been assassinated by a drive-by shooting. Two weeks earlier another man, in the same industry, was shot and killed. He suspects the assassinations are related and calls an old friend with the FBI. When FBI profiler Special Agent Sean Kruger arrives at the s Two Assassinations That Appear To Be Linked Homicide Detective Ryan Clark has a problem. A prominent businessman has been assassinated by a drive-by shooting. Two weeks earlier another man, in the same industry, was shot and killed. He suspects the assassinations are related and calls an old friend with the FBI. When FBI profiler Special Agent Sean Kruger arrives at the scene of the second murder, he agrees with Clark but is hesitant to get involved. After twenty-five years with the FBI, he is tired of the bureaucracy and politics of the job. His constant traveling has kept him away from the woman he loves and he is contemplating retiring to start a new life with her. ˃˃˃ The Assassin Strikes Close To Home A week later, while home in Kansas City, the assassin strikes again, this time close to where he lives, making things personal. With the help of JR Diminski, the computer genius from The Fugitive’s Trail, Kruger identifies a suspect and travels to Alabama for the arrest. ˃˃˃ When Things Go From Bad To Worse Politics and micromanaging complicate the situation. Kruger is ordered to wait but disobeys and proceeds with the arrest. When everything goes horribly wrong, he is suspended by the Director of the FBI. Now outside the protection of the agency, he must decide whether to walk away from his career or put his new marriage and life in danger by pursuing the assassin. An assassin whose ultimate goal is an attack in the center of the United States, an attack that will result in more innocent casualties than 9/11. Scroll Up And Grab Your Copy Today!

30 review for The Assassin's Trail

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ray Cooke

    "A 5* read/listen." I loved this book - I couldn't imagine it to be better than book 1 but it is!!. An FBI thriller all the way this series is at the top of the genre. Some times a narrator becomes the voice of a book series and Paul.J McSorley has done just that - I couldn't imagine anyone else as special agent Sean Kruger. I received a free copy of this audiobook at my request and voluntarily leave this review. Cannot recommend this book highly enough, if I could give it more stars I would. "A 5* read/listen." I loved this book - I couldn't imagine it to be better than book 1 but it is!!. An FBI thriller all the way this series is at the top of the genre. Some times a narrator becomes the voice of a book series and Paul.J McSorley has done just that - I couldn't imagine anyone else as special agent Sean Kruger. I received a free copy of this audiobook at my request and voluntarily leave this review. Cannot recommend this book highly enough, if I could give it more stars I would.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Coco.V

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Pegboard

    J.C. Fields used what he knew to write a fascinating thriller suspense novel. He splits his two greatest interests between the lead characters; Sean Kruger is an FBI special agent that specializes in psychology. JR is a computer wizard. But throughout the whole book you will find he uses the topics he knows best. His extensive travel is seen when Sean has to travel back and forth to different areas of interest. Plus weapons are used throughout the whole book while Sean tries to narrow down where J.C. Fields used what he knew to write a fascinating thriller suspense novel. He splits his two greatest interests between the lead characters; Sean Kruger is an FBI special agent that specializes in psychology. JR is a computer wizard. But throughout the whole book you will find he uses the topics he knows best. His extensive travel is seen when Sean has to travel back and forth to different areas of interest. Plus weapons are used throughout the whole book while Sean tries to narrow down where the terrorist will strike next. The Assassin’s Trail will keep you anticipating from chapter to chapter until the clash comes to a head. Sean is very careful to treat the people he works with in a kind and respectful manner, always trusting his gut. Therefore, he has multiple acquaintances throughout the nation at his fingertips willing to give him a helping hand in his investigation. The system used by the terrorist to get a message to another individual is quite brilliant. The Assassin’s Trail is fast pace but realistic.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia

    What a wild exciting ride that holds you spellbound from the drive by shooting that starts the book leaving you holding your breath asking why as the author lowly fills in the holes giving you a story that could be right out of the newspapers headlines. There is danger all around as first one person is shot and then another. The team is trying their best to fill in the gaps and find out what and who is behind it all, could this be one lonely man or is the plot bigger than anyone could guess? The What a wild exciting ride that holds you spellbound from the drive by shooting that starts the book leaving you holding your breath asking why as the author lowly fills in the holes giving you a story that could be right out of the newspapers headlines. There is danger all around as first one person is shot and then another. The team is trying their best to fill in the gaps and find out what and who is behind it all, could this be one lonely man or is the plot bigger than anyone could guess? The author fills these pages with adventure of the unknown as the FBI Special Agent Sean Kruger turns to his old pal JR to piece together the puzzle as the world around them goes crazy. Homicide detective Ryan Clark goes to work with JR learning everything he can to find the footprints in the electrics they have found. The author holds you on the edge as the clues come in slowly and ex military set in motion a plot that could leave so many dead. Will they be too late to find the answers saving the marks that are to be taken out. What if they are wrong and thousands end up dead. This is a very exciting read with true emotions, as I was listening them working out about the motorcycle I was so drawn into the story that when a motorcycle past me I found myself wondering if he could be the killer. Shaking my head and telling myself I was being silly this was just a story and the poor man on the bike was just going home to his family. Knowing I was right didn’t stop my eyes from following him until he was out of sight. The narrator does a wonderful job pulling the reader in giving a highly entertaining story making you hold your breath through all the danger and killing that holds you spellbound waiting to see where this will all lead. He knows how to show true emotion through his voice making the listener feel they are right there watching. His male voices are outstanding although some are close to others but you always know who is talking and what they are feeling. His female voices need a little work sometimes they sound more male than female. He pauses when he needs and speeds up to get the full excitement when it is called for. His normal voice is just as nice as his character voices, each of his character voices are smooth, clear as he gives it the right pitch to make you feel what the characters are feeling. There are no background noises, no volume changes, if any breaks were taken I could not tell. He really portrays the picture the author gave me by pulling you in through emotions and tones that holds your attention until the end. I have no trouble at all in seeing this series made into a movie it would be filled with excitement, danger, adventure holding the watched in its grips until the end. I know I was so invested in this story that I didn’t want it to end. It was nice to see all the characters from the last story, meeting new ones and seeing how they all worked together. JR and Sean have been one of my favorites, I love how they work together, how JR pulls things out of thin air. There is a little drama that makes it realistic and believable a touch of family life just like a normal family with normal issues. Some new characters have been added to the mix as well as some that are not very smart that puts a little egg on the FBI’s face. I really loved the phone call when the director is talking to the president. I got a real big smile on my face and had no trouble picturing the faces of the agents and the big smiles they were wearing. This is a great story filled with everything that makes a read exciting and a book you do not want to put down. I can see older teens and parents reading this comparing notes giving them some, one on one quality time pulling the family closer. If you like actions pack thrills with tons of excitement that has no trouble keeping you invested, then this is the story for you. I know I had a hard time putting it down.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    This is a well-paced suspense story with some great characters. It's quite weak in the area of technology and requires some significant suspension of disbelief in that regard, but the plot isn't as far over the top as so many stories in this genre. The author's note at the end indicates that Fields likes to incorporate real locations in his novels. I like that, but I wish he'd do the same with the technology. Paul J McSorley performs well and has found just the right voices for these characters. This is a well-paced suspense story with some great characters. It's quite weak in the area of technology and requires some significant suspension of disbelief in that regard, but the plot isn't as far over the top as so many stories in this genre. The author's note at the end indicates that Fields likes to incorporate real locations in his novels. I like that, but I wish he'd do the same with the technology. Paul J McSorley performs well and has found just the right voices for these characters. It's great that he's reading this entire series so far. I also commend Fields for concluding his stories and refraining from the use of the dreaded cliffhanger. I still want to follow the characters into the next story. NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Shauna

    Really only listening to these because I bought them 3 for the price of 1. The author is terribly wordy; saying in 15 words what can be said and implied in five. Also, the writing is repetitive. A thesaurus would do wonders. And really, there are other names out there than Tom, Bill, Bob, or Charlie. The author can come up with other names to use for additional characters. I would also say that half of my like or dislike in an audiobook lies with the narrator. An amazing narrator can bring a med Really only listening to these because I bought them 3 for the price of 1. The author is terribly wordy; saying in 15 words what can be said and implied in five. Also, the writing is repetitive. A thesaurus would do wonders. And really, there are other names out there than Tom, Bill, Bob, or Charlie. The author can come up with other names to use for additional characters. I would also say that half of my like or dislike in an audiobook lies with the narrator. An amazing narrator can bring a mediocre audiobook to life. Unfortunately this did not occur here. As I start book 3, I still find that the narrator’s performance is very irritating. One more to listen and done with these books. I won’t be picking up additional novels by Fields in the future.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Lumpkin

    Agent Sean Kruger continues with his investigations, this time delving into what initially seems to be two possibly unrelated homicides, but after delving into evidence, turns out to be a terrorist plot. Follow Agent Kruger as he travels throughout the country, battling an inept agent in charge, a politically inspired cover up, and being just one step behind the perpetrators of what could be a heinous disaster. Again, a well written story and also proving it is possible to weave a good story witho Agent Sean Kruger continues with his investigations, this time delving into what initially seems to be two possibly unrelated homicides, but after delving into evidence, turns out to be a terrorist plot. Follow Agent Kruger as he travels throughout the country, battling an inept agent in charge, a politically inspired cover up, and being just one step behind the perpetrators of what could be a heinous disaster. Again, a well written story and also proving it is possible to weave a good story without profanity and gore. Well done, J.C. Fields!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bob Turner

    Realistic in today’s world. FBI agent Kruger is a superstar. Smart and resourceful, he develops a team and turns them from good to great each for their own skills. A great read! Thanks.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Carmoega

    Great Series!I!👍 Well developed story and characters! Really enjoyed his family side shared on this book! Lots of action, you keep turning pages as fast as you can to see what is going to happen!!! Ready for the next book!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rubi

    I listened to the audiobook version of this boxed set and it was amazing. Paul the narrator did an great job with all the accents and suspense. Would highly recommend to all thrillers and FBI/CiA/SPY fanatics. Lots of action and suspense.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nagarkatti

    Readable and gripping Well written and believable. About a conspiracy to blow up a large number of US citizens and assassinate a handful of Israeli sympathizers. Worth a good read over the weekend

  12. 4 out of 5

    Garrett Lee

    A super story about terrorism and how a small group of FBI agents stopped the threat A very interesting story of A very savvy FIB agent with great insight and a terrific team was able stop a terrible terrorist attack

  13. 5 out of 5

    Henrietta Haygood

    Reassessing Trail By JC. fields This is a great Book FIB Sean Kruger is just great I hope he don't retire In not going to review any. Thing just get the book You won't be disappointed from page one to the end is a page turner.💘 it. Reassessing Trail By JC. fields This is a great Book FIB Sean Kruger is just great I hope he don't retire In not going to review any. Thing just get the book You won't be disappointed from page one to the end is a page turner.💘 it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    Good characters with down to earth drama Well done! Enjoyable drama depicting reality amongst the characters. Believable story with realistic characters and plot. Curious to see what becomes of this with a new potus appointment to the "university" ... Good characters with down to earth drama Well done! Enjoyable drama depicting reality amongst the characters. Believable story with realistic characters and plot. Curious to see what becomes of this with a new potus appointment to the "university" ...

  15. 4 out of 5

    A_Friend

    The Assassin’s Trail Very engrossing book, once you start you hate to put it down. A great story and storyline with awesome characters. If you like books of action, this is definitely one to read!

  16. 5 out of 5

    PWA Allen

    My 1st book by this author. Really enjoyed it, fast paced, entertaining and believable. Really makes you stop and think. Like the Kruger and Stephanie relationship. Will be looking for more books by this author.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Constance Wright

    Very informative I think I'm addicted to me Fields storytelling n writing style. Current. Important situation. Can hardly wait for my next book. I would definitely recommend. Very informative I think I'm addicted to me Fields storytelling n writing style. Current. Important situation. Can hardly wait for my next book. I would definitely recommend.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bill Megenity

    A very enjoyable story I liked the book very much. The plot thickened nicely and kept me moving right along...but not enuf to give me whiplash. Thanks for writing it for us.

  19. 4 out of 5

    J.D. Schechter

    A good one Well crafted and almost too believeable... but 'ordinance' is a law, arms and explosives are ORDNANCE. Well worth the read A good one Well crafted and almost too believeable... but 'ordinance' is a law, arms and explosives are ORDNANCE. Well worth the read

  20. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Hales

    GREAT SERIES This is the second book in the Sean Krueger series. Both keep your interest right from the get-go. I will soon start Book 3.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Stacy Derebery

    Great Read I am enjoying this series. Well written by brilliant author. I would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys thriller series.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Shirley McCann

    Fast paced and a great read. Loved it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ruth Rollins

    Kept my interest. Solid main character. Enjoyed Fields' writing. Kept my interest. Solid main character. Enjoyed Fields' writing.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    I thought it was excellent ,kept me up all night . Vary well written the plot was interesting , suspenseful and believable. All the characters were so likable. No trash or vulgarity. My kind of reading. I just finished the last of the series .Unfortunately '' Thank you J.C. Fields I thought it was excellent ,kept me up all night . Vary well written the plot was interesting , suspenseful and believable. All the characters were so likable. No trash or vulgarity. My kind of reading. I just finished the last of the series .Unfortunately '' Thank you J.C. Fields

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kris Roedig

    Eh. The same stuff as last time. Luckily I only have one more book in this trilogy to listen to. The author seems to think that ‘Character X answered with silence’ is all too intriguing. It loses its impact after the second time, let alone 3,176 times it’s used in one story. In addition, PJ McSorely sounds as if he runs out of breath before reaching the end of most sentences. Plus, with a guy with such a deep voice, he should have a co-narrator who’s female do the women characters can sound a *b Eh. The same stuff as last time. Luckily I only have one more book in this trilogy to listen to. The author seems to think that ‘Character X answered with silence’ is all too intriguing. It loses its impact after the second time, let alone 3,176 times it’s used in one story. In addition, PJ McSorely sounds as if he runs out of breath before reaching the end of most sentences. Plus, with a guy with such a deep voice, he should have a co-narrator who’s female do the women characters can sound a *bit* different from one another. As a character is just too perfect, almost flawless. This doesn’t make him interesting.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    A superb sequel to the Kruger series. I enjoyed seeing callbacks to the first book in this one, but it could be enjoyed as a standalone. The mystery was great and I also appreciated seeing Sean's growth as an agent and person. The end of the book sets up a new direction and I am excited to see where it goes next. A superb sequel to the Kruger series. I enjoyed seeing callbacks to the first book in this one, but it could be enjoyed as a standalone. The mystery was great and I also appreciated seeing Sean's growth as an agent and person. The end of the book sets up a new direction and I am excited to see where it goes next.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Debjani Ghosh

    Reviewed by Debjani Ghosh for Readers' Favorite The Assassin’s Trail by J.C. Fields, the second book in the Sean Kruger series, is a thoroughly enjoyable action thriller. Nevertheless, it can be read as a stand-alone and fortunately, does not contain any cliffhanger. It's a fast-paced and realistic tale with a solid plot and fully fleshed-out characters. I was rooting for Kruger throughout the book. There is no unexpected twist here. Fields shows the actions of both the FBI agents and the crimina Reviewed by Debjani Ghosh for Readers' Favorite The Assassin’s Trail by J.C. Fields, the second book in the Sean Kruger series, is a thoroughly enjoyable action thriller. Nevertheless, it can be read as a stand-alone and fortunately, does not contain any cliffhanger. It's a fast-paced and realistic tale with a solid plot and fully fleshed-out characters. I was rooting for Kruger throughout the book. There is no unexpected twist here. Fields shows the actions of both the FBI agents and the criminals in parallel. So, right from the beginning, you know the criminals are up to something big—just how big is unrevealed till the last. The beauty of the book lies in the anticipation – will Kruger be able to establish the sinister motive behind the murders and stop the criminals in time. The pieces of the puzzle come together bit by bit culminating in a high-octane climax. The novel is taut with suspense due to short dialogues and straightforward language. Fields has crafted a highly original tale. The method of communication between the criminals was unique. Fields’ expertise in weapons shows through in the text, but no unnecessary details bored me. I heartily recommend The Assassin’s Trail. It will mostly appeal to action aficionados. My Blog

  28. 5 out of 5

    BonusMom

    Action packed thriller This reads as a stand alone book with just enough recap from the previous one to let you know what's happened before. The story has enough action and intrigue to keep you turning pages right to the end. I enjoyed this one more than the first. Action packed thriller This reads as a stand alone book with just enough recap from the previous one to let you know what's happened before. The story has enough action and intrigue to keep you turning pages right to the end. I enjoyed this one more than the first.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Annr

  30. 5 out of 5

    Renato H. Blas

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