New Series News: A Joe Boxer Thriller Gets Covered

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FAST is the first in a new series of high-octane thrillers from author, Louis Scott. Based on the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Foreign-Deployed Advisory & Support Team (FAST) units, Joe Boxer emerges to lead the counter narco-terrorism fight.

The initial 3-book series is set to launch early 2017. Louis Scott released this statement about FAST: A Joe Boxer Thriller

Former United States Army Green Beret, Joe Boxer, is part of a little known specialized tactical unit inside the DEA. Our American hero not only lost his leg in Middle Eastern combat, but also his partner at the hands of a corrupt puppet regime placed in power by soiled American interests. Boxer is now forced to lead the battle against domestic terrorism in a war he never imagined fighting on U.S. soil.

This blue-collar veteran struggles with an amputee’s challenge, but doesn’t succumb to it as he battles his way onto DEA’s elite FAST Team 5. Boxer’s challenges with PTSD and addiction are only half the struggle as his country is under attack. Joe must realize he’s still very much the man he was prior to the roadside bomb that claimed his leg, but the fight isn’t easy. He’s up against the worst type of enemies—his own self-doubt, American apathy and global radicalized ideology.

FAST, along with RAPID FIRE and END OF WATCH will be available internationally at all major retailers.

We are proud to once again work with Lewellen Designs on every cover in the A Joe Boxer Thriller series.

New Series News: A Joe Boxer Thriller Gets Covered

 

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