Stalk by Louis Charbonneau

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Survival is just the beginning.

For three years, ex-CIA agent Barney McLean has been leading a quiet double life in Fortune, California. His peaceful retirement is shattered when two hit men break-in, looking for his long-time girlfriend Angie. But she’s already gone, along with her young son Tony. It turns out, Angie was hiding some dangerous secrets of her own.

A mafia informant in the witness protection program, Angie Simmons—formerly Angela Marchetti—lived in fear ever since she testified against her powerful mobster husband, worried that someday he would track her down. If he catches up to Angie and the kid before McLean does, no one will be able to protect her.

As McLean desperately tries to find Angie, he is pursued by his own past—a rogue CIA agent with a blood vendetta against McLean. He’ll stop at nothing to see McLean dead. Hunted by both the mob and the feds, McLean is on his own now, running out of time and luck as he races across the country to save the woman he loves.

About Louis Charbonneau

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Louis Charbonneau, a native of Detroit, Michigan, served in the U.S. Army Air Corps in World War II. While producing a variety of fiction over more than a quarter of a century, he has also been a teacher, copywriter, journalist, newspaper columnist and book editor. Under his own name and pseudonyms, he has written more than twenty novels in the fields of suspense, science fiction, and Western adventure.
Published April 2, 2014 by Jabberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.. 221 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction