The Fall Line by Mark T. Sullivan

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On the run from a drug cartel, a skier takes refuge in the dangers of the slope
When Jack Farrell graduates from college, there is nothing he wants to do more than ski. He lives on the slopes for as long as he can, but real life finally catches up with him, and he moves to New York to work on Wall Street. Here he finds the thrill of profit can’t compare to the joy of skiing on fresh powder, but he soon learns his new job is only a front—a money laundering operation for a gang of South American killers who want Jack out of the picture. His only safe haven is back in Utah, on the slopes of the mountains where he was once so happy. But no matter how fast Jack skis, he can’t outrun his past. Falling in with a gang of daredevil skiers, whose stunts get more and more dangerous, Jack is visited by the cartel. On Jack Farrell’s mountain, the fresh white powder will soon be stained red with blood.

About Mark T. Sullivan

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Sullivan is a respected investigative journalist.
Published September 18, 2012 by Road. 480 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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An unintriguing post-felony intrigue with a hero who gets away from it all (dead wife and child, pursuit by Latin American drug lords, burial in federal witness protection program) by hitting the slopes big time.

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