“Crackling with intensity, vivid with authenticity and emotion. Hendricks writes like a knife fight on a moonless night — fast, brutal, and bloody.”

—NICK PETRIE, bestselling author of the Peter Ash novels

About the Book

Retired Marine and wilderness survival instructor Derek Harrington is approached to teach a private group in Upstate New York. When he suspects the group isn’t what they make themselves out to be, Derek’s service is needed once again. Now he’s racing against time, the elements, and a criminal mastermind before the group can carry out what very well may be the first attack of a domestic terrorist cell.

About T.R. Hendricks

T.R. Hendricks is a former United States Army Captain who served as a tank platoon leader, and then as a military intelligence officer, where he was an advisor to the Iraqi Ministry of Interior’s National Information and Intelligence Agency. When not working or writing in his home in Upstate New York, Hendricks is most likely reading, woodworking, or watching his beloved San Francisco 49ers.
The Instructor is his first novel.

From the Archives

Echo 598

Echo five nine eight rockets through the exosphere, and death comes with it. Outside the drop ship’s starboard side porthole the vastness of empty space gives way to the successive layers of planetary insulation. The black void fades while lighter skies below them begin to appear. A faint orange glow tinges the underbelly of the landing craft as the protective plating heats up. The same plating that lines the ramp to the clutch hold. It won’t be long before…

Read this and other T.R. Hendricks short stories.