Jack: Secret Vengeance by F. Paul Wilson

The hottest guy in school thought Weezy would be easy, but she wasn’t, so he got rough. And now he’s spreading stories about her. Jack’s first impulse is to apply his baseball bat to the guy’s knees, but no…in his inimitable way, he devises a punishment much worse than broken bones. But Jack’s revenge scheme takes a shocking and unexpectedly deadly turn.

In F. Paul Wilson’s third young adult novel, Jack: Secret Vengeance, the teenage Jack demonstrates the devious skills that will serve him later in life as the urban mercenary known as Repairman Jack.

“It might seem like a book for younger readers, but Wilson’s adult fans will want to grab a copy right now.” SFRevu

“A swift, compelling page-turner with some wise takes on the ways of teenagers.” Ed Gorman

“An awesome teenage hero.” Ridley Pearson

“A wonderful new series for young adults.” Crimespree Magazine

F. PAUL WILSON is the award-winning, NY Times bestselling author of forty-plus books spanning medical thrillers, sf, horror, adventure, and virtually everything between. More than 8 million copies of his books are in print in the US and his work has been translated into 24 languages. He also has written for the stage, screen, and interactive media. His latest thriller, FATAL ERROR, stars the notorious urban mercenary, Repairman Jack; a teenage Jack is chronicled in JACK: SECRET VENGEANCE. He currently resides at the Jersey Shore and can be found on the Web at www.repairmanjack.com.

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