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Second Chance: A Ryan Lock Novel - Ryan Lock Thrillers #8 - cover

Second Chance: A Ryan Lock Novel - Ryan Lock Thrillers #8

Sean Black

Publisher: Sean Black

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Summary

Ryan Lock and Ty Johnson are back in the eighth book in this action-packed series. 
A frantic gun battle in downtown Los Angeles. A young defense attorney violently abducted from her office. A brutal murder in California's highest-security prison for women. 
Someone is out for revenge, and their target's name is Ryan Lock. 
"This series is ace!" The Bookseller

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