Open Carry

Open Carry

by Marc Cameron


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“Cameron creates sympathetic heroes, depraved villains, and nail-biting action.”
Publishers Weekly, STARRED REVIEW
Raised in the swamplands of Florida, U.S. Marshal Arliss Cutter is a born tracker. After enlisting in the military, fighting in the Middle East, and working three field positions for Marshal Services, Cutter is sent to the icy wastelands of southeast Alaska. Three people have disappeared on Prince of Wales Island.
Two are crew members of the reality TV show, Alaska Adventure Jobs. The other is a Tlingit Indian girl who had the misfortune of witnessing their murders. Cutter’s job is to find the bodies, examine the crew’s footage for clues, and track down the men who killed them. Easier said than done. Especially when the whole town is hiding secrets, the trail leads to a dead end—and the hunter becomes the prey . . .
“A terrific new series. Cameron brings the Alaskan wilderness to life.”
The Real Book Spy

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781496721723
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 02/26/2019
Series: An Arliss Cutter Novel Series , #1
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 127,759
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

A native of Texas, Marc Cameron has spent over twenty-nine years in law enforcement. His assignments have taken him from rural Alaska to Manhattan, from Canada to Mexico and points in between. A second degree black belt in jujitsu, he often teaches defensive tactics to other law enforcement agencies and civilian groups. Cameron presently lives in Alaska with his wife and his BMW motorcycle.

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Open Carry 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great switch from Jeremiah Quinn. Having lived in Alaska on and off for over 18 years it was fun to read about adventures along the panhandle. Great plit, full of drama and suspense. I look forward to Mr. Cameron's next writing.
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Anonymous 4 months ago
I could not put this novel down. Enjoyed the Alaska scene and the mystery.
Buffalojim 5 months ago
A fun read stationed in SE Alaska and as always with Marc, great fight scenes and descriptions of guns and knives. This underwater and on water treatment is typical of Marc, with expert knowledge of the area and surroundings and how they affect the action in and on them. Arliss Cutter is some guy.
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EdnaG 12 months ago
Open Carry Marc Cameron U.S. Marshal Arliss Cutter is a born tracker. Raised in the Florida swamplands, he honed his skills in the military, fought in the Middle East, and worked three field positions for Marshal Services. When it comes to tracking someone down—or taking someone out—Cutter’s the best. But his newest assignment is taking him out of his comfort zone to southeast Alaska. Cold, dark, uninhabited forests often shrouded in fog. And it’s the kind of case that makes his blood run cold . . . the shocking murder of a Tlingit Indian girl. But the murder is just the beginning. Now, three people have disappeared on Prince of Wales Island. Two are crew members of the reality TV show, Fishwives. Cutter’s job is to find the bodies, examine the crew’s footage for clues, and track down the men who killed them. But it won’t be easy, because the whole town is hiding secrets, every trail is a dead end—and the hunter becomes the hunted . . . It seemed to be just many people to keep up with. Just too much going on.
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I grew up reading Alistair MacLean and Donald Hamilton. After a short combat tour in RVN, I was very fortunate to spend almost six years in the 20th SFGA. De Opresso Liber Then, the Navy gave me wings and alot of sky over alot of water as a RIO in F-4s and F-14s. Tom Clancy gave me "The Hunt for Red October". Arliss Cutter should remind us all that George Orwell was visionary when he said "People sleep peacefully in their beds at night because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf."
VWilliams More than 1 year ago
This new Alaska based series promises to be a humdinger! Arliss Cutter recently transferred from Florida to the Alaska U.S. Marshalls Fugitive Task Force to be able to help his sister-in-law with his twin nephews and niece after the death of his brother. Arliss is smart, experienced, capable. He exudes competence and more than commands a situation. This series is full of a number of well developed and delightful charismatic characters, most of which will pull engagement. In this narrative, a strong female (almost co-) protagonist, January Cross (who "lost a C-cup breast and a six-foot boob all in the same month.") sets a standard. But Arliss is partnered with another strong and independent lady, Lola, and several additional members of local law enforcement, including Trooper Sam Benjamin. Perhaps the most charismatic is his (now deceased) grandfather. Grumpy taught Arliss everything he knows of law enforcement and tracking. Arliss is sent to Craig where disturbing incidents are piling up. Carmen Delgado is executive producer of a reality TV show called FISHWIVES! but her original idea and the way it has evolved is definitely not her vision. The crew has not endeared themselves to the hamlet. The story wastes no time jumping into action and the well-plotted novel keeps up the hair-raising tension with each new development. Whether or not tied to the original assignment of a missing teenage native girl remains to be seen but he is temporarily held there to continue with the investigation of missing reality crew members. The author describes the Last Frontier from frosty mornings to the fishing habits and science behind a successful catch schedule. The islands and the people come to life in this fast-paced novel. There is no filler, no repeating theories, the storyline just moves into an exciting, explosive, but satisfying conclusion. The dialogue is easy to follow and natural. This was a rather unique plot for me--just love the locale--and really enjoy Cutter. I was given this ebook download by the publisher and NetGalley and was thrilled with the opportunity to read and review. I can recommend to anyone who enjoys a great action-adventure thriller with strong male/female characters and a location that adds mystery and beauty to a well-laid storyline. 4.5/5
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
Open Carry by Marc Cameron Arliss Cutter #1 Last night when I finished this book I wrote to tell my sister I thought Arliss Cutter was perhaps an even better hero than Jack Reacher and in her return email to me my sister said that was high praise and she would definitely be on the lookout for it. Why did I like Arliss better? He seemed to be warmer and more caring though just as smart and lethal. Given an opportunity I can see liking him and wanting to get to know him better. I guess that is just what I will be given the opportunity to do as I read more of this series and learn more of his backstory and what makes him tick. He is an intriguing character and so are the people he works with. There is great potential for this series and I am looking forward to reading book two when it comes out. This is not an easy book to read and at times it is rather dark but can be dark and some lives are very dark. There is murder, kidnapping, torture and cartel baddies but to balance it there are good people doing their job and bringing the bad guys to justice. Did I like this book? Yes Do I want to read more in this series? Definitely Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars