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When They Come for You

When They Come for You

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After her journalist husband and infant son are brutally executed in a fire in their Florida home, photographer Harper McDaniel has nothing left to live for—except settling the score. When the local police fail to take the arson seriously, Harper takes the reins and discovers her husband was investigating some mysterious deaths at a cacao plantation on the Ivory Coast. Now she’s convinced he was targeted in a corporate conspiracy to silence him.

Aided by her former mafioso grandfather and well-connected financier brother, Harper embarks on a global manhunt, flying first to Africa, then Zurich to expose a high-level cover-up inside a powerful chocolate conglomerate.

But Harper has a few secrets of her own—starting with her lethal martial arts skills—and she’s not afraid to take on any hired guns or guerrillas standing in her way. In trying to cover their tracks, the conspirators made one fatal miscalculation: they didn’t count on Harper McDaniel coming for them.

Title:When They Come for You
ISBN:1536669164
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    When They Come for You Reviews

  • Tulay

    Good story.This book was free with my Kindle First unpublished August book. Husband and child killed and her house burned down. He was reporter, wrote about her mobster family and investigating "choco...

  • Larry Deaton

    James W. Hall, who writes the Florida based mystery series about a man who goes by the name of Thorn, starts a new series with a female protagonist. This one is about Harper McDaniel, a woman photogra...

  • Suze

    WHEN THEY COME FOR YOUMy Kindle First pick for August, this was a thriller. I enjoyed the story, Harper McDaniel is a very compelling character- fighting for justice for her husband and young son. I l...

  • P Bernhardt

    I had a hard time deciding how many stars to award to When They Come For You. The story is interesting, well-written, and includes enough information about the Chocolate industry to urge the reader to...

  • Stephanie

    Loved this book. A very quick, suspenseful read. ...

  • Hattie E Smith

    Save the headacheThis book was very difficult to read, but some how I managed to finish it. A woman whose husband and child are murdered because he researching the chocolate industry and the shady dea...

  • Natasha

    This book was entertaining enough but I found Harper such an unlikeable character. Her attitude and decision making just frustrated the heck out of me. I also found some timeline discrepancies and typ...

  • Amy Shelton

    Great writing and suspenseEasy to read, likable characters. My favorite was Sal, his character was serious but funny too. I could red more of him. Harper's character was good too but just a bit too st...

  • Wendi Moore

    Great conceptThe story was a great concept but the writing was first draft style. The narrator and all of the characters spoke in the same voice - clipped sentences. Also it was definitely written by ...

  • tanya Garcia

    Thrilling ride with a strong woman lead!This is a good story. Harper, the lead focused on finding the truth about who murdered her family, and finding her own kind of justice. I thought that sometimes...