Girl Jacked

Girl Jacked Jack knew pain They were old friends He knew only one way to deal with pain Hunt it down and kill it Police Officer Jack Stratton is hiding Hiding from the world From pain From the memories of losing

  • Title: Girl Jacked
  • Author: Christopher Greyson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jack knew pain They were old friends He knew only one way to deal with pain Hunt it down and kill it Police Officer Jack Stratton is hiding Hiding from the world From pain From the memories of losing his best friend, Chandler, in Iraq Suffering from PTSD and isolated from those he cares about, the last thing Jack expects to hear is his foster sister Michelle, Ch Jack knew pain They were old friends He knew only one way to deal with pain Hunt it down and kill it Police Officer Jack Stratton is hiding Hiding from the world From pain From the memories of losing his best friend, Chandler, in Iraq Suffering from PTSD and isolated from those he cares about, the last thing Jack expects to hear is his foster sister Michelle, Chandler s sister, is gone The words cut straight to his core Although the police think she just took off, he knows Michelle would never leave those she loved behind like he did Now he must take action, find Michelle, and bring her home or die trying The first novel in the Jack Stratton Collection introduces us to handsome rogue, Jack Stratton A debt of honor to his dead foster brother drives Jack into a world of deception and lies As Jack s walls begin to crumble, he must navigate the quirky characters that seep into the mystery of his foster sister s disappearance And in the sleepy community of Darrington, like so many places in this world, nothing is as it appears The hidden mysteries that often go unnoticed begin to emerge as Jack and his new unpredictable sidekick begin to turn over the rocks Following a trail that has grown cold, Jack must tread carefully to protect his job, his family, and his life This stand alone novel features rogue hero Jack Stratton Look for other books in the Jack Stratton Collection including Jack Knifed, Jacks are Wild, and now Jack and the Giant Killer They can be read in any order, however, they are best experienced in sequence.

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    About “Christopher Greyson”

    1. Christopher Greyson

      Christopher Greyson is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author of mystery, action, and thriller novels His acclaimed Detective Jack Stratton Series has been read by over a million readers and counting This action packed series has a broad appeal, finding favor with mystery, thriller, and romance readers alike The series includes And Then She Was Gone, Girl Jacked, Jack Knifed, Jacks Are Wild, Jack and the Giant Killer, Data Jack, and Jack of Hearts Christopher Greyson has also penned the successful epic fantasy Pure of Heart His latest novel is the psychological thriller, The Girl Who Lived.Greyson s love of mystery and adventure began with his grandfather, a World War I decorated hero He will never forget being introduced to his grandfather s friend, a WWI pilot who flew across the skies at the same time as the feared legendary Red Baron Since he was a little boy, Christopher Greyson dreamt of what mystery was around the next corner, or quest lay over the hill If he couldn t find an adventure, one usually found him Now he weaves those tales into his stories Christopher Greyson s educational background is an eclectic mix of degrees in Computer Science, Theatre and Communications He resides in Massachusetts with his lovely wife, Katherine Greyson, author of the bestselling romance mystery series Everyone Keeps Secrets and their two wonderful children, Laura and Christopher Please visit ChristopherGreyson, where you can message Christopher Greyson He enjoys hearing from his readers Sign up for his newsletter, join in the Detective Jack Stratton discussion on the blog, enter the giveaways and win prizes like a HD Kindle Fire Tablet Follow Detective Jack Stratton on Twitter chris_greyson and Facebook facebook ChristopherG.

    736 thoughts on “Girl Jacked”

    1. I picked up Christopher Greyson’s book ‘Girl Jacked’ after seeing the glowing reviews on the website. While you could classify it as a mystery thriller, it doesn't conform to some norms in this genre. As in any mystery novel, you expect your sleuths to engage their wits in uncovering the perpetrator of a heinous crime or murder. That is a given. However, in 'Girl Jacked,' this heinous crime/murder is not confirmed till you've read about a third of the book. This in no way takes away from [...]


    2. I really enjoyed reading this book. In "Girl Jacked", "Jack Stratton" a late 20's something police officer, and the product of the child welfare services system since the age of 7. But was he "Jack Stratton" ? No, he didn't know. Luckily his adoptive parents named him as they saw fit to. One of Jack's former foster sisters shows up one night unannounced at his apartment but finds Jack's jealous girlfriend Gina. Gina explodes a wonderful late night scene for Jack's landlady. Coming home from bein [...]


    3. This mystery had a lot of good elements. Jack Stratton is a flawed but interesting character. The sidekick character was intriguing, but we didn't get much introduction. Still, I was interested and kept reading despite the very distracting need for a good copy edit. The main problem was the lack of commas. (For example, "Get him Jack" and "Get him, Jack" mean entirely different things.) I found myself skipping through to avoid the issues and to get the main idea.


    4. This is the complete review as it appears at my blog dedicated to reading, writing (no 'rithmatic!), movies, & TV. Blog reviews often contain links which are not reproduced here, nor will updates or modifications to the blog review be replicated here. Graphic and children's reviews on the blog typically feature two or three images from the book's interior, which are not reproduced here.Note that I don't really do stars. To me a book is either worth reading or it isn't. I can't rate it three- [...]


    5. "Deep down inside Jack knew he was a violent man."What a great start to a new crime/thriller series!Exciting, thrill-a-minute story; engaging characters; snappy dialogue - all come together in "Girl Jacked" by author Greyson.There's a bit of police procedural, crime drama, murder mystery, along with the antics of the two protagonists - Jack Stratton, a cop on a downward spiral until his foster sister Alice aka Replacement comes back into his life. I loved Replacement. She's my favorite new chara [...]


    6. First off let me say I usually run the other way when I see mystery novels. Every one I read seems to have the Noir style and a character that came out of the 1960's. I was completely surprised when I read the sample on amazon and I was hooked. The Main character Jack Stratton is very believable. He feels like what you would expect from a person who has his own issues that define who he is. The internal conflict that he displays just makes the character feel more rounded. Unlike most mysteries I [...]


    7. Most painful book. I didn't finish it. I just wanted to smack the main character continuously for being such a jerk. Waste of time.



    8. This wasn’t a bad book nor a good one. It was just okay.I never really got ‘into’ Grayson’s main characters – Jack and Alice (aka Replacement) – as they try to uncover who killed Michelle, a woman from the same foster care family.There was some tension throughout the book, but not enough to get my breath racing and my heart pounding.On the positive side, Grayson wrote one of the best climaxes I’ve read recently.Christopher Grayson is not an author I’d hunt down to read but I won [...]


    9. Boring story. Stereotypical characters. Horrible writing: "She’d come back that morning with her hair trimmed and colored. Her medium-brown hair was now almost black. Her shoulder-length hair hung down." Slush pile.


    10. Great bookA lot of suspenseful chapters, exciting all the way thru. I will continue to read these books. I enjoyed this story


    11. I was fortunate to have read the recently published prequel And Then She Was Gone to this book before reading this, the first book in the series. I think I had a richer experience reading this book because the prequel introduced me not only to Jack Stratton as a 17 year old with plans to go to the military to earn money for college and to then to go to college as a criminal justice major and then the police academy but to his foster brother Chandler, Chandler's sister Michelle, Aunt Haddie-a swe [...]


    12. This book is one seriously complicated action packed mystery. It's one story that will take you on a journey of lies, deception, death, family and friendship. It'll pretty much keep you guessing right up to the very end.The story line is great and it's written wonderfully. Each chapter keeps you guessing and it's a must flip to the next page gotta see what happens next kind of story. I kept wanting to call 911 for them. Ducking, cringing, and crying out in pain are all something this book makes [...]


    13. Jack Stratton, an Iraqi war veteran working as a police officer, is called on to track down his missing foster sister. The task proves far more complicated than it first seems.I didn’t realize this was such a popular title when I picked it (I usually try to give reviews to books that need them more). However, once I started reading I didn’t want to put the book down. The plot speeds along at a cracking pace, and Mr. Greyson manages to add layer upon layer of backstory to his two main charact [...]


    14. This book is a quick read with characters that suck you in. Jack is a great leading man with smarts and skills to back himself up. Replacement is a quirky girl still trying to find herself with great skills and dedication. Seeing them paired together made for a very interesting mystery that begged to be solved. The whole time I was hoping that they’d find Michelle and everything would work out, but the mystery lover knew that something wasn’t right and everything was more complicated than it [...]


    15. I like reading a book or a series of books that grab me immediately and hold me to the very end. This was not one of them. The storyline was good and the ending was very good. However it took way too long to really get into the book. The characters were interesting but in my opinion way too much time was spent on the main characters thoughts and feelings.


    16. Girl Jaked got me hooked for the next book. It is not only a thrilling mystery; it is a character study of two lovable - in spite of their hang-ups - people. the characters are all well developed and the descriptions are written works of art. I was impressed with the respectful approach to God, even though the hero isn't a Christian. The last traumatic scene was very impressive too.


    17. Enjoyable and compelling read. A bit long in the tooth at times when it comes to description but the author does a very good job of character, atmosphere, and plot development. If you enjoy a mystery this book will not disappoint.


    18. Girl Jacked by Christopher GreysonDetective Jack Stratton series Book #12.5 ★The author has a good idea here for the plot, and I believe the character of Detective Jack Stratton will eventually work into something on the order of the other well read detective series. I just found the story to be delivered rather raggedly and awkwardly. I will certainly try a second book in this series as I believe it has a great deal of promise.


    19. Good mystery, good readGood storyline, good characters except Jack may be too messed up to do all he did, kept your interest, some surprises, painted a good picture for most of the scenes. I recommend it as an interesting mystery


    20. I'm going to confuse you a bit by saying I loved and hated this book at the same time.Here's what I loved about it. The lead character, Jack Stratton, was written in a way that although you want to dislike this book, your attention gets jacked and you can't put the darn thing down. Some who read this might find the next sentence disturbing. The glue that holds this book together is the relationship with Jack and Replacement. It's their prior relationship that may get a little sticky, but hey. We [...]


    21. Protagonist Jack Stratton has been a police officer for 3 years, and he served a tour of duty in Afghanistan, where his best friend since they were together in foster placement as children was killed. He's got PTSD, exhibiting itself in nightmares, bouts of depression, blackout drinking, and disfunctional relationships with poorly-selected women. He takes umpteen police training courses paid for by his employer, hoping one day to become FBI or CIA. Then he learns his deceased best friend's siste [...]


    22. This story was a true contradiction. It started off with a bang and I was thinking that this was going to be a great read and don't get me wrong it was a good read but it left me wanting. After the first chapter I thought that Jack was going to be a great lead character and that he was going to be kicking a$$ and taking names however that was just the author teasing me.For the rest of the book until the end it seemed that the author chose to turn the character into a well in the characters own w [...]


    23. Christopher Greyson did a superb job in putting together the story “Girl Jacked.” The story was easy to read, clear, and concise. It held my attention from the beginning to the end. I really liked the two main characters. One of the main characters made me think of a former, crazy girlfriend. I got a few good laughs out of her. In the beginning I thought the other main character was going to be some, Billy Bad Ass Super Cop throughout the story. He turned out to be a humble, patient man. The [...]


    24. Good, not great. Very uneven start but strong finish. First book in the Jack Stratton series. Halfway through the book is when things felt like they were becoming focused.Basic Synposis: Officer Jack Stratton's foster sister Michelle is missing. He only knows because another foster sister, Replacement (Jack can't remember her real name), has come to him to ask him to look into her disappearance.Jack Stratton fought in Iraq and is scarred by the experience, for he lost his best friend and foster [...]


    25. I happened to see this on a sidebar and because of the reviews and the price I bought it.I loved the story. I guess it's billed as a mystery thriller suspense novel but it's more than that. It has action, drama, romance; a little bit of everything. I liked the down to earth grittiness of it. The main characters are Jack and Replacement (I know, odd name for a girl but you get used to it). They've both been through hell and back and end up making quite a team.The mystery was good, quite a few twi [...]


    26. I started reading an excerpt from the second book of the series and found the secondary character, Replacement aka Alice, interesting. So I went back and picked up the first book, Girl Jacked. I'm not a big mystery reader, but I found this book entertaining.It wasn't so much the plot that kept me reading, but the characters, specifically Replacement. The main character, Jack, didn't come off as a super unique personality. I felt he was like many other male lead characters I have read: ex-army, p [...]


    27. This was the first book I have read by Mr. Greyson. I got it very low-priced on my kindle. I found this book to be very engaging. I was thoroughly entertained until the last 2 or 3 chapters. I read it in two days. At the end, I think the author got too carried away with the drama. It was over the top and therefore, not entirely believable. I did become affected by the characters and even shed a few tears in places. I like to be emotionally drawn in. This was not a book I will save to read again [...]


    28. I enjoyed the storyline. The mystery pulled me right in. The characters are well depicted, each with their own complicated personalities and quirks. As kids, Jack and Replacement spent time in the same foster home. Now their foster sister is missing and they reunite as adults to find her. Jack and Replacement are as opposite as can be and yet the love that binds them is evident, as is their love for their missing foster sister. Even though there is an 8-year gap in their ages and shared childhoo [...]


    29. Jack, a policeman who was a foster child, has suffered the loss of his dearest friend and co-foster brother in Iraq. As with most protagonists, Jack is an alcoholic and constantly relives Iraq and the loss of Chandler there. He has also abandoned his foster family. Another younger foster sister, "Replacement," comes to Jack to ask him to help find his foster sister (and Chandler's real sister) Michelle who is missing.In addition to being a great police mystery, this book has a warm and growing r [...]


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