About Daniel Charles Ross
Daniel Charles Ross is a retired U.S. Navy Reserve chief petty officer, the former chief journalist of the Navy Seabees, and a former active-duty U.S. Army military police investigator. His civilian writing career was spent in stints as Detroit editor at Popular Mechanics and as national editor at both Motor Trend and Car and Driver. He lives in suburban Detroit where he is finishing the second storm cell novel, Force Majeure.
About Force No One
Find a killer or the World Series blows up on television. PLAY BALL.
A homicide in Detroit usually doesn't raise many eyebrows, but a new victim is found with a business card from a Department of Homeland Security enforcement cell no one's ever heard of. FBI Special Agent Amber "Corvette" Watson and Detroit Police homicide detective Sgt. Tracey Lexcellent catch the case.
Praise for DCR's Work
“Force No One is a bear-trap of a thriller—smart, relentlessly propulsive, and no, it won’t let you go.”
—Richard Adams Carey, author of In The Evil Day
“With characters robust and dynamic, a plot complex and absorbing like riding in a Corvette Z06 gunning up a switchback mountainside road, Force No One keeps the knuckles white, the fingernails buried in leather. Strap in, hang on!”
—Mike Hancock, author of Fallen
“If you love thrillers, Force No One will put you on the ride of your life—from the first page to the last. From the streets of Detroit and New York to the skies above Pakistan, this story moves at lightning speed—buckle your seatbelts!”
—Special Operations COL John Fenzel, U.S. Army (Ret), author of The Fifth Column and The Sterling Forest
“Exciting stuff ... with some cherchez la femme and evil intent. A blast.”
—Charlie Stella, author of
Tommy Red and Mafiya
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