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Framed for murder by a notorious human trafficker he was supposed to have killed, former operative Garrison Chase’s harrowing journey to clear his name takes him from an underground torture chamber deep in the heart of L.A.’s human trafficking ring to the highest office in the land. Along the way, Chase learns the trafficker is a small link in a far more sinister chain. B Framed for murder by a notorious human trafficker he was supposed to have killed, former operative Garrison Chase’s harrowing journey to clear his name takes him from an underground torture chamber deep in the heart of L.A.’s human trafficking ring to the highest office in the land. Along the way, Chase learns the trafficker is a small link in a far more sinister chain. But the deeper he digs, and the more he uncovers, the more treacherous the stakes. Because powerful people are protecting a forty-year-old secret with devastating repercussions for the upcoming presidential election. And they’ll do anything to keep the truth buried.


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Framed for murder by a notorious human trafficker he was supposed to have killed, former operative Garrison Chase’s harrowing journey to clear his name takes him from an underground torture chamber deep in the heart of L.A.’s human trafficking ring to the highest office in the land. Along the way, Chase learns the trafficker is a small link in a far more sinister chain. B Framed for murder by a notorious human trafficker he was supposed to have killed, former operative Garrison Chase’s harrowing journey to clear his name takes him from an underground torture chamber deep in the heart of L.A.’s human trafficking ring to the highest office in the land. Along the way, Chase learns the trafficker is a small link in a far more sinister chain. But the deeper he digs, and the more he uncovers, the more treacherous the stakes. Because powerful people are protecting a forty-year-old secret with devastating repercussions for the upcoming presidential election. And they’ll do anything to keep the truth buried.

30 review for A Thin Line

  1. 4 out of 5

    Prasanna

    Garrison chase is pulled into another plot involving 2 cases and again the the suspense is maintained till the end.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kashif

    A Thin Line is a story of mystery and intrigue with an underlying concept of its namesake, a thin line, that people like Garrison Chase live on, a narrow path between light and darkness. Sequel to The Greatest Good, A Thin Line is a worthy successor to The Greatest Good, which established Garrison Chase as a lethal and ingenious federal agent. A Thin Line keeps the scope of the narrative grounded, with a first-person Point of View from Chase’s side. This allowed for a spotlight to be placed on Ch A Thin Line is a story of mystery and intrigue with an underlying concept of its namesake, a thin line, that people like Garrison Chase live on, a narrow path between light and darkness. Sequel to The Greatest Good, A Thin Line is a worthy successor to The Greatest Good, which established Garrison Chase as a lethal and ingenious federal agent. A Thin Line keeps the scope of the narrative grounded, with a first-person Point of View from Chase’s side. This allowed for a spotlight to be placed on Chase’s emotions and thought processes as he navigates through a political scandal of presidential magnitude. Chase is further involved in the conspiracy due to personal stakes that leave him cornered, but nevertheless feral and witty enough to maneuver around the hurdles thrown at him. The twists and turns within the novel felt even more engaging with the first person POV as I felt reasoning with Garrison Chase throughout the novel to make sense of the crafty conspiracy that did not let up until the very end. As a fan of action thrillers, I was expecting more action but Mr. Hooper creates an aroma of storytelling focused intimately on characters for a character driven progression of events, which did not require action sequences to service the story. That being said, it does have realistic combat sequences at opportune moments. This book appealed to the mystery and thriller fan in me, keeping me glued to find out what would happen next as the book kept surprising me with sneaky twists as soon as I began to think I could predict what would happen next. The story felt fresh and interesting, not burning low even for a moment. Even if one has not read the first book in the series, this book takes you for a ride without needing to be familiar with the past events. I recommend A Thin Line for fans of thrillers with intriguing concepts of moral dilemma and conspiracies. Looking forward to the next Garrison Chase novel.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jim

    Good have been 5 stars I had to deduct one star for the butchering of the English language. When using the word I or me, please remember that if it is after the verb of the sentence, it should be me. You failed at least half a dozen times. Example: I can’t believe you kept Khang and I alive. To make this more clear, if you dropped the word Khang, the sentence would have read “I can’t believe you kept I alive. Sounds awful, doesn’t it? Otherwise, this was a good book and I recommend it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn Hughes

    Twists and turns Walking the thin line, lots of intrigue and good guys who are not really the good guys. Garrison now dealing with full time dad due to the murder of Gina and a dog due to the death of the bad guys.....what will happen to his job? Maybe book 3 will enlighten us...that is next on my reading list. By the way, Karla is good for him and he does have interesting friends.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lela Preston

    Right or Left Falling This writing was superb,, Finding a line of work that you love and are good at is extremely important,, both make a person think good or bad,, which way is best.. Reading this story kept me involved in the mystery to the very end and only once did I even guess who done it..

  6. 4 out of 5

    JOHN P. THWAITES

    Page turner! This story keeps moving as Chase Garrison finds himself constantly on the go as he solves this mysterious crime. As Chase spins from one situation to another, his character and life come to life. A great read for those who love a fast paced action packed story. Look forward to book 3 of the Garrison Chase series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Evelyn Launderville

    Innocent Until Proven Guilty Chase had an early morning visitor. An old friend who was beaten up and had come to tell Chase information so he could testify against a well known criminal. He collapses and is taken to the hospital. Lots of murder and questioning by the police all lead to an unusual ending.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Stowe

    Another great story Craig Hooper is an excellent storyteller, and I wish I had the time to read each of his books from cover to cover. I like the twists and turns and not being able to figure out what each character is going to do.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Joe Martin

    Good story telling I like stories with believable characters and this author does this without going over the top to supply action or drama.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Burns

    First time reading this author. Great read! Lots of action, a plot that kept you guessing, and a flawed hero. Really good, fast read. If you like Jack Reacher, you will like this.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Connie Hamby

    A really good book I really enjoyed reading this book if you haven't read it I fully recommend this book Craig n Hopper done a great job with it A really good book I really enjoyed reading this book if you haven't read it I fully recommend this book Craig n Hopper done a great job with it

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jacquie Howard

    A very good story I like Garrison Chase. The story is, I think, better than the first one. Lots of action, A little romance, A small child and a dog! I hope there are more to come.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Gretta Sisson

    Thin line Another great read, can’t wait to read the next one. Well written in every way. Really enjoyed this.Thank you on to the next.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Darlene Poxon

    Thought it was awesome. Could never just read one chapter at a time. Can’t wait for next book?

  15. 4 out of 5

    Janet Quinn

    Great story Another nail biter with great messages. It was hard putting the book down. Can’t wait to read more of the writers books.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ronaele Whittington, D.S.W.

    I like Garrison Chase as a person who uses his busy mind and active nature to solve problems. His service in the USMC and in black ops supports his professional role as an FBI agent. Chase focuses on his job as well as on his parenting role with a young son. After a contentious divorce, Chase focuses on his son and on the redeeming qualities of his ex-wife. Chase’s best friend Karla, also an FBI agent, offers logic and collaboration, on and off the job. Chase (do not ever call him Gary) modulat I like Garrison Chase as a person who uses his busy mind and active nature to solve problems. His service in the USMC and in black ops supports his professional role as an FBI agent. Chase focuses on his job as well as on his parenting role with a young son. After a contentious divorce, Chase focuses on his son and on the redeeming qualities of his ex-wife. Chase’s best friend Karla, also an FBI agent, offers logic and collaboration, on and off the job. Chase (do not ever call him Gary) modulates his temper and outrage, often appropriate for the criminal destruction he encounters. Foul language rarely appears; even Chase’s attorney seeks to clean up his own vocabulary. Chase narrates most of the story. Action begins on page one when Chase’s colleague and friend Slim appears beaten, wobbly, and confused at Chase’s front door. The friend needs medical help, while Chase’s son needs to be dropped off at day care. Testifying in Federal Court regarding the death penalty, as well as another contract to formulate a dossier (opposition research) on a Presidential candidate make Slim ‘s recovery imperative. In the mean time, Chase helps to connect various bad guys to crimes such as human trafficking, torture, money laundering. Action continues to the very end of the book. Chase narrates six episodes as one day each; literal 24 hour days allow little time for sleep. Maybe Chase will rest on day seven. A thin line or fine line or tight rope symbolizes demarcations between good and evil, moral obligation and legal requirements, family ties and strangers‘ needs, patriotism and foreign loyalty. Numerous issues emerge for Chase to contemplate and decide. Chase takes full responsibility for his choices and actions. I read this book twice on Kindle. Thank you for this early, free read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    A Thin Line is the exciting continuation of The Greatest Good: A Garrison Chase Thriller. This book starts out with a friend of Chase showing up beaten. He asks for help from Chase. Chase getting involved in investigating someone running for President incurs collateral damage. This only motivates Chase more to find who is really responsible and bring them all to some kind of justice. In a fast moving plot to uncover who is responsible while battling his own child custody issues, Chase saves the d A Thin Line is the exciting continuation of The Greatest Good: A Garrison Chase Thriller. This book starts out with a friend of Chase showing up beaten. He asks for help from Chase. Chase getting involved in investigating someone running for President incurs collateral damage. This only motivates Chase more to find who is really responsible and bring them all to some kind of justice. In a fast moving plot to uncover who is responsible while battling his own child custody issues, Chase saves the day with a little help from his friends and new lawyer. I especially LOVED the ending and hope the next book sees more of the new friend who is now part of Chases family. You won’t want to put this book down once you start! I can't wait to see what changes are in store for Chase in the next book, in his personal life as well as possible new career.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Karina

    A Thin Line by Craig Hooper is the 2nd book in the Garrison Chase Thriller Series. This is the first book I have read by this author and it definitely will not be the last. Even though this is the second book in the series it can very well be read as a standalone. This book was so good that I am going to go back and read The Greatest Good book one in this series. Mr Hooper writes a wonderful story which drew me right in, making me forget everything else and did not let me go until I turned the l A Thin Line by Craig Hooper is the 2nd book in the Garrison Chase Thriller Series. This is the first book I have read by this author and it definitely will not be the last. Even though this is the second book in the series it can very well be read as a standalone. This book was so good that I am going to go back and read The Greatest Good book one in this series. Mr Hooper writes a wonderful story which drew me right in, making me forget everything else and did not let me go until I turned the last page. So many twists and turns that kept me turning the pages well into the night. Just when I thought I knew what was going to happen next I was wrong again. The story was very well written, the characters believable. I did not want to put it down. I am very excited to see what is in store for Garrison Chase next.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michael McCullough

    A Thin Line made for a fantastic second in the Garrison Chase series. I especially liked getting to know the characters a more and the pace kept me up at night! I'm excited for more! Exceptionally fun read. A Thin Line made for a fantastic second in the Garrison Chase series. I especially liked getting to know the characters a more and the pace kept me up at night! I'm excited for more! Exceptionally fun read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Richard Russell

  21. 5 out of 5

    SALLY WAMBA

  22. 5 out of 5

    Judi Grandadam

  23. 5 out of 5

    E J Brown

  24. 5 out of 5

    Marie Huie

  25. 4 out of 5

    Binnie Jessee

  26. 4 out of 5

    doug dinnauer

  27. 5 out of 5

    Glenda Sebastian

  28. 5 out of 5

    Calvin Haynes

  29. 4 out of 5

    Elzbieta Kamocka

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brett

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