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No Return (Mass Market Paperbound)
An F-18 Navy fighter careens out of the blue sky above the Mojave desert. A TV cameraman who grew up in a small town just miles away can see what is going to happen next. Frantically, Wes Stewart races to the downed jet and tries to save the pilot's life. When the plane explodes, Wes escapes without harm and plunges into a murderous conspiracy.
It's been fifteen years since Wes has been back to the desolate land of his childhood. Now he finds himself up against the U.S. military, the local police, and someone who is tracking his every move. In the moments he spent with the dying pilot, Wes discovered something that could get him killed. But while he tries to untangle a web of lies and secrets surrounding the crash, another danger is stalking him. And this one he will never see coming.
About the Author
Brett Battles lives in Los Angeles and is the author of four novels in the acclaimed Jonathan Quinn series: "The Cleaner, "which was nominated for a Barry Award for Best Thriller and a Shamus Award for Best First Novel; "The Deceived, "which won the 2009 Barry Award for Best Thriller; "Shadow of Betrayal; "and "The Silenced."
“Battles keeps layering on the suspense until you can hardly breathe.”—Linwood Barclay
“No Return tells a story as clean and spare as the desert itself, stripped to the essentials: story, character, setting, emotion—and presented with an urgency that sets a new standard for pace. Brett Battles deserves thriller stardom.”—Tim Hallinan, author of The Queen of Patpong
“The best word I can use to describe his writing is addictive.”—James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Devil’s Colony
“Sure-footed and clever, No Return is a great read.”—Meg Gardiner, author of The Nightmare Thief