In Vapor Trail, Dick Hannah’s third novel, former military special operator and security contractor Jeremy Stubbins is forced to confront conspiracies within his workplace and within his family when his boss commits suicide and his best friend is murdered. Both deaths dredge up conspiracies, one of which Jeremy hopes to expose, the other he must keep hidden if he wants to stay alive. As Jeremy becomes more and more convinced that his boss’s suicide was really murder he must battle unseen forces working against him that are both known and unknown and worse determine who is on his side and who is working against him. Jeremy’s brother offers no help as he sinks deeper and deeper into his own conspiracy and threatens to expose Jeremy’s past, potentail revelations that others are desperate to keep secret and have already claimed mulitple lives and threatens to tear Jeremy’s family apart. Jeremy is forced to make alliance with enemies, rely on dubious new friends and dangerous old ones, and determine what is most important in his life as he tries to stop his brother from descending further into a never ending conspiracy pit and let himself enjoy his new, post military, life.
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