Tuesday, September 21, 2021

From Afghanstan To Texas: My Washington Times On Crime Column On 'Down Range,' A Compelling Crime Thriller

The Washington Times published my On Crime column on Taylor Moore’s crime thriller, Down Range. 

Garrett Kohl is a DEA special agent serving in Afghanistan when he is ordered by the CIA to return to the U.S. with the survivor and potential witness of a deadly attack on an Afghan village.  

Mr. Kohl brings the survivor, a traumatized young boy, to his former home in the High Plains of northwest Texas. He discovers that his hometown is besieged by drug smugglers that threaten his brother and father.  

Undercover, Mr. Kohl and the child stay at his father’s ranch as he investigates the violent criminals. The bad guys have no idea that they are up against a former combat Green Beret and a DEA special agent who has hunted terrorists and criminals. 

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