Kill Devil is the second book in A Jed Patrick Series written by Mike Dellosso. Jed and his family are back together living in a cabin in the Chilco Mountains. Jed returns from a shopping trip to find men have come and taken his daughter away as an attempt to get a flash drive from Jed that has information regarding Centralia. Jed is instructed to take the flash drive to Murphy. Jed and his wife make arrangements for Karen to flee with the original flash drive should something go wrong. When problems arise, Karen is left fleeing for her life, while Jed is following Murphey’s orders to get his daughter Lilly back. Lilly is given shock type treatments. The strength of the treatments are very strong but she feels no pain as God is there with her and is taking the pain for her.
Jed is instructed to go to Alcatraz prison. While there he is told they removed a chip from his brain, where they really implanted a chip that alters what he thinks he is seeing and doing. Jed thinks his wife Karen is with him as he goes to Kill Devil Hill to kill the vice-president.
Mean while, CIA employee Tiffany Stockton has recently lost her father. While going through his things she finds a flash drive with information regarding the Centralia Project. She takes the information to their good friend Jack Calloway. The information she finds puts both of their lives in danger.
Just like the first book, this book is very violent. But it is so fast moving with so many different things going on, it is hard to put the book down. There are times the story is hard to follow, especially when Jed is having flash backs or having visions. I really like how the author has given Lilly the role as being a very strong believer in God. To be honest I do not like violent stories, if this were a movie, I would not watch it. But the story has a very strong pull to it that kept me reading to find out what was going to happen next.
I received a copy of this book from Book Club Network for an honest review.
Series: Jed Patrick (Book 2)
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.