The Fixer, Season 2, Episode 4
Left for dead in an Argentinean fleabag hotel, JC claws his way back to the world of the living.
Next stop: Bolivia for some well-deserved revenge.
But like most things in JC’s profession, vengenace isn’t as clear-cut as he’d like.
He’ll need to navigate his way amongst the egos, killers and traps set in front of him before he can trigger his plans.
The Fixer, Season 2, Episode 3
The noose is slowly tightening around JC Bannister’s neck.
A ghost from a teammate’s past helps them avoid present-day bloodshed but creates complications for JC’s exit strategy for himself and his team.
With one teammate sidelined because of past actions and his boss ordering him to continue on alone, JC finds himself in Argentina, saddled with a new partner he neither knows or fully trusts.
Will he be able to finish the job and make it home? Or will he finally be out of time?
The Fixer, Season 2, Episode 3 is a taut action thriller in the best traditions of Jason Bourne, Jack Noble, Mitch Rapp or John Milton.
The Fixer, Season 2, Episode 2
Start a war between rival drug lords? Check.
Work for a man you hate and want to kill? Check.
Protect him from people who want you both dead? Check.
JC Bannister, former Army Ranger, hitman for hire, solutionist, fixer, finds himself getting pushed further and further down a path he just wants to burn. But to protect the people he loves and owes his life to, he has to keep it together for just a little bit longer.
Long enough to destroy everyone who tried to kill him.
If you like thrillers and heavy hitters like Jason Bourne, El Rey, Tanner, Jet, Jack Noble, Mitch Rapp or John Milton, you’ll find yourself turning the pages of The Fixer, Season 2, Episode 2 like there’s no tomorrow.
The Fixer, Season 2, Episode 1
JC Bannister hates his boss. Both of them.
Don Carlos Gutiérrez: Bolivian drug lord responsible for JC’s kidnapping and torture three months ago. Spent seven years in prison and wants the five million dollars he thinks JC stole from him. Willing to let bygones be bygones if JC helps him take care of one last job.
The General: his commanding officer in the Army. Forced JC out for doing the right thing. Now trying to set up an international security consulting firm with JC as his lead operator.
JC Bannister wants them both dead. Former Army Ranger, hitman for hire, solutionist, fixer: JC is in the perfect position to make that happen. But there are three things JC needs to find out before he can unleash his own team of killers against them: How long has The General been subverting and betraying his own country by working with Gutiérrez? What exactly is the job Gutiérrez needs him to do? And how far will The General be willing to go to punish JC if Gutiérrez just happens to wind up dead.
If you like thrillers and heavy hitters like Jason Bourne, El Rey, Tanner, Jet, Jack Noble, Mitch Rapp or John Milton, you’ll find yourself turning the pages of The Fixer, Season 2, Episode 1 like there’s no tomorrow.
Joan deals out bloody vengeance and sharp justice to those who deserve it. Or for those who pay the most.
After years of bouncing around Europe, she thinks she’s finally found a home, a person who is as close to family as she’ll ever find, and an organization she can put her loyalty behind. As well as her considerable skill set. But when her boss turns all of his attention to smuggling humans and the immense profits that could be made, there is no way Joan can let that stand. And the mystery man Joan is sent to hunt down is quickly turning into the most interesting man she’s ever met.
Faced with the choice of murdering the man she is beginning to love or saving the one person who is like family to her, will Joan be able to do the right thing? Especially when the right thing is no longer clear?
Joan: Portrait of a Vengeful Young Woman is an action-packed thriller in The Fixer series of books. Fans of Beatrix Rose, Jet, and many other hard-nosed, ass-kicking female main characters will enjoy riding along with Joan.
Davidson “Duke” Ellsworth is many things: Army Ranger, movie buff, language expert, computer genius, surfer. One thing he most certainly is not is a hitman for hire.
When a stranger presents Duke with a chance to become an assassin, Duke listens to him for the fun of it. Until the man reveals he knows more about Duke than any stranger should. Targeted by a mysterious man who should not know the things he does, Duke realizes the safety and security of his squad, his army, his family and maybe even his country hang in the balance.
So Duke does the unthinkable in order to keep safe that which he holds dear. But will he ever be free from the burden of his actions? Thrust into the political power plays of the CIA, Middle Eastern countries and a man bent on disrupting the leadership of Saudi Arabia, Duke must chart his own path with precious few resources or friends. With every side trying to kill him, can Duke survive long enough to set things right? Or will he be gunned down like the men he is coerced into killing?
Duke: The Education of an Assassin is the explosive new suspense thriller in The Fixer series of books.
JC Bannister calls himself a solutionist. His powerful clients call him a fixer. His enemies, a ruthless hitman for hire. For the right price, he’ll fix your problem.
Bannister accepts a high-profile assassination contract due to the influence of old friends. When the contract details change and call for the public execution of a US Senator, Bannister begins to think he’s being set up. Walking away or carrying out the contract holds the same price: hunted for life. Unless he and his team can come up with a different solution.
But when the Senator is murdered before Bannister and his team have the opportunity to implement their alternate fix to the problem, they soon find themselves in the crosshairs of a full blown manhunt. On the run, with every law enforcement agency looking for the senator’s assassin, can JC and his team discover and then reveal who killed the senator before they get caught up in the web of agencies trying to bring them down? Or will Bannister’s former employers exact their revenge for his betrayal?
The Fixer, Season 1: Complete is the explosive new thriller series from Rex Carpenter. Fans of Mitch Rapp, Jason Bourne, Jack Noble or John Milton, will feel right at home reading The Fixer.
The Fixer, Season 1, Episode 1:
JC Bannister calls himself a solutionist. His clients call him a fixer. His enemies, a hitman for hire. For the right price, he’ll fix your problem.
A call comes in. A meeting in a bar. A contract is agreed upon. But when the contract is for killing a US Senator, Bannister’s problems are just beginning. Worst of all, JC thinks he’s being set up. But the why and the who is just out of his reach.
Bannister must find out who is behind the double-cross, complete the contract and satisfy his very powerful client before his solution changes the political future of the country. Or gets him and his entire team killed.
The Fixer is an explosive new thriller series by Rex Carpenter that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the last body drops.
The Fixer, Season 1, Episode 2:
Senator Marcus, a formidable politician and old family friend, has asked JC to do the unthinkable. Before he can decide, pressures begin to mount. The Secret Service. A Bolivian hit team. His old commanding officer. They all seem to want a shot at JC Bannister. He needs to figure out whose finger is on the trigger in order to mete out justice, or revenge, before his team, or his family, gets caught in the cross-fire.
The Fixer, Season 1, Episode 3:
Daniel Meier, aide to Senator Marcus, is found dead of an apparent suicide. LAPD, Marcus and the Secret Service all think Bannister did it. The Senator changes her plans in the wake of Meier’s death, requiring Bannister and his team to raid a compound in Nevada to steal the weapons for the solution as well as information on who to pin it on. But with the Bolivians coming back around and someone sabotaging every stage of Bannister’s efforts, as well as LAPD and the Secret Service gunning for him, JC and his team have to be on top of their game to stay alive.
The Fixer, Season 1, Episode 4:
Sent on a fool’s errand to kill innocents in the Nevada desert, Bannister and his team turn the tables on the man who sent them. But with the Bolivians on their tails and a man JC trusted trying to trip them up at every turn, will the team be able to finish their contract with Senator Marcus? Or will they find themselves thrown in jail, buried in the desert, or just shot and left for dead.
Episode 4 is a race to the finish, an all-out sprint to the solution JC and his team are trying to accomplish.
The Fixer, Season 1, Episode 5:
Senator Marcus is dead, but Bannister and his team are not responsible. Can they escape the dragnet being pulled across Los Angeles? Will they be able to discover and expose the Senator’s killer without being arrested and sent to prison forever? Or will the real assassin escape and pin the entire horrible crime on JC Bannister?
Episode 5 is the exciting conclusion to Season 1 of The Fixer. A thrilling ride, JC and his friends will return in Season 2.