"The dialogue in this fast-paced thriller crackles with authenticity, and Kranz captures the manic energy of a newsroom just as easily as he unravels the desperate mind of a would-be killer. With excellent character development from start to finish, this novel boasts a twisting plot that moves slowly, but every scene fits like a perfect puzzle piece. Larger questions of redemption, forgiveness and the potential for change fuse with a riveting story that will keep you guessing until the explosive conclusion. A gripping, unpredictable thriller." Self-Publishing Review
An ex-con going straight, trying to be everyone's hero.
What could possibly go wrong?
Two years out of prison and trying to reinvent himself, Bud Remmick just wants to be a solid citizen. He volunteers as an EMT then gets a job in his old career, TV news. But after only a week, he discovers bad things swirling around him including a psychotic photographer and a corrupt politician trying to mess with his wife's livelihood. His old "anger aura" lights up again, the same effect that moved him to kill a man. Will he kill again?