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If you knew the future, how much would you risk to save a life? CJ Sheridan had a plan. A martial artist who can handle a gun, CJ thought he'd follow in the footsteps of his FBI veteran father. When he's handed a camera that teases potential future tragedies, CJ takes on a new path: saving lives by changing the outcomes. CJ knows the power of the camera and the horrific p If you knew the future, how much would you risk to save a life? CJ Sheridan had a plan. A martial artist who can handle a gun, CJ thought he'd follow in the footsteps of his FBI veteran father. When he's handed a camera that teases potential future tragedies, CJ takes on a new path: saving lives by changing the outcomes. CJ knows the power of the camera and the horrific price Mark Taylor, the previous owner, paid for its use. He assumes that with an experienced team behind him, there's no way tragedy can strike twice. He hops on the chance to save the life of a murder victim, only to find himself accused of planning the very crime he hoped to stop! As he tries to clear his name, another tragic picture appears. One that could tear his city apart. One that could test the very limits of CJ's wit, courage, and life…Shoot is the first book in the CJ Sheridan Thrillers collection, a standalone spinoff saga of the Mark Taylor Series. If you like heart-pounding action, page-turning prose, and atypical heroes, then you'll love M.P. McDonald's latest thrilling adventure. Buy Shoot to follow a new hero through the lens today!


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If you knew the future, how much would you risk to save a life? CJ Sheridan had a plan. A martial artist who can handle a gun, CJ thought he'd follow in the footsteps of his FBI veteran father. When he's handed a camera that teases potential future tragedies, CJ takes on a new path: saving lives by changing the outcomes. CJ knows the power of the camera and the horrific p If you knew the future, how much would you risk to save a life? CJ Sheridan had a plan. A martial artist who can handle a gun, CJ thought he'd follow in the footsteps of his FBI veteran father. When he's handed a camera that teases potential future tragedies, CJ takes on a new path: saving lives by changing the outcomes. CJ knows the power of the camera and the horrific price Mark Taylor, the previous owner, paid for its use. He assumes that with an experienced team behind him, there's no way tragedy can strike twice. He hops on the chance to save the life of a murder victim, only to find himself accused of planning the very crime he hoped to stop! As he tries to clear his name, another tragic picture appears. One that could tear his city apart. One that could test the very limits of CJ's wit, courage, and life…Shoot is the first book in the CJ Sheridan Thrillers collection, a standalone spinoff saga of the Mark Taylor Series. If you like heart-pounding action, page-turning prose, and atypical heroes, then you'll love M.P. McDonald's latest thrilling adventure. Buy Shoot to follow a new hero through the lens today!

30 review for Shoot

  1. 4 out of 5

    Al

    Fans of M.P. McDonald's Mark Taylor thriller series are already familiar with the characters in this new series. In the prior series, Mark Taylor bought an old-fashion camera in an Afghanistan bazaar, and discovers that the pictures he takes sometimes show a future event. These events are usually deaths or murders and if he's able to figure out where and when they're going to happen, he's sometimes able to prevent them. In this new series, CJ Sheridan is assisting, if not taking over for Mark, as Fans of M.P. McDonald's Mark Taylor thriller series are already familiar with the characters in this new series. In the prior series, Mark Taylor bought an old-fashion camera in an Afghanistan bazaar, and discovers that the pictures he takes sometimes show a future event. These events are usually deaths or murders and if he's able to figure out where and when they're going to happen, he's sometimes able to prevent them. In this new series, CJ Sheridan is assisting, if not taking over for Mark, as the keeper of the camera. CJ, who long-time series followers met in the last Mark Taylor book, is the son of CIA agent Jim Sheridan, who evolved through the series from one of Mark's enemies into a key component of his support system. With CJ as the protagonist, much remains the same as in the Mark Taylor stories with the overall premise of the camera being the same. If this story is indicative of what's to come, the stories remain fast-paced and intense, with multiple issues of life-or-death to be resolved. However, some things will change. CJ is still learning, sometimes the hard way. In this book, he decides that the best way to protect himself is to carry a gun, with unexpected consequences. I enjoyed CJ's adventures in Shoot and I'm eager to see what new directions McDonald has in store for him. **Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    Interesting and cool book I'm looking forward to reading book 2

  3. 4 out of 5

    Don

    There needs to be a prologue to get you started! Everybody knows about the camera but the reader, he/she has to figure it out on their own. Let me help out, It appears to be a camera that takes pictures of the future. Oh, it is finely revealed in chapter five. The more this goes on the better it gets and the story becomes very engaging but again a prologue would have brought the reader in earlier. I have read some of her earlier books and know about the camera but I don’t read them back to back. There needs to be a prologue to get you started! Everybody knows about the camera but the reader, he/she has to figure it out on their own. Let me help out, It appears to be a camera that takes pictures of the future. Oh, it is finely revealed in chapter five. The more this goes on the better it gets and the story becomes very engaging but again a prologue would have brought the reader in earlier. I have read some of her earlier books and know about the camera but I don’t read them back to back. She needs to help all those that pick up a book and haven’t read her others! 5

  4. 4 out of 5

    Linda Travis

    Good sequel This is the first book in a new series that follows the Mark Taylor set. It seems as if you're continuing on to Book 5 but with a new main character. Mark still continues on as a very necessary character. I would suggest that you read the Mark Taylor books first or you might have trouble understanding what is going on in this one. It's an excellent read that is difficult to put down!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cherye Elliott

    Shoot I really enjoyed this book. It was great. I felt off in the first chapter because I thought how did he get the camera? What happened before? Is there a another book I missed? Doesn't matter. Loved it

  6. 4 out of 5

    Robert Hill

    A great read! This is a great offshoot to the Mark Taylor series. Doesn't look like CJ's good deeds are going to go unpunished either though.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    More good stuff The psychological thrillers continue. These books suck you on and just keep on going. I recommend this book to my family and friends.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl & Danny McFadden

    CJ Sheridan series I’m addicted! Please expand on this series and the Mark Taylor series. Need more books PLEASE! Or a new series would work.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Gail

    Shoot joined the ( let's be honest all-too-big) pile of books I'll take on a deserted island or re-read anytime. Shoot is a spinoff of the Mark Taylor series. If you are familiar with the Mark Taylor series, you'll recognise CJ as being the son of Jim Sheridan, who we first met in the the fourth book of the series, March Into Madness If you are new comers, don't worry, Shoot reads as a standalone and while you will enjoy to have more background on the secondary characters in Shoot by reading the Shoot joined the ( let's be honest all-too-big) pile of books I'll take on a deserted island or re-read anytime. Shoot is a spinoff of the Mark Taylor series. If you are familiar with the Mark Taylor series, you'll recognise CJ as being the son of Jim Sheridan, who we first met in the the fourth book of the series, March Into Madness If you are new comers, don't worry, Shoot reads as a standalone and while you will enjoy to have more background on the secondary characters in Shoot by reading the parent series ( most of whom are the heroes of the Mark Taylor series) you don't need it to enjoy this book. Shoot is quite a departure from the Mark Taylor series. It reads much more as an action thriller ( by the end of the book, I was almost literally out of breath from all the running around in Chicago), when Mark Taylor books were more psychological and less action. In a sense, even if we are embarked on a story with a terrorist plot with a side of serial killer, it feels like a lighter read. I liked the change of tone... it fits with CJ, gives him his own voice: young adult trying to find his bearings and learning to juggle between an established adult life and how to deal with the future photos of the camera - the slight paranormal element of both the parent series and the spinoff. It also feels right to me given that years are slowly ticking in M.P. McDonald's universe. In a mirror to real life, the trauma of 9/11 is slowly subsiding ( see No Good Deed to better understand what I mean by that ) people are more used to deal with terrorist plots, and the tone of the book reflects the change of time.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jim Kratzok

    The magic camera continues OK. So Mark Taylor is now a secondary character in these books. CJ Sheridan is the new leading man. He seems to be picking up Mark's role quite well. He's even better equipped to kick ass being a crackshot and karate master. Looks like fun reading ahead.

  11. 4 out of 5

    MAYNAR L DAVIS

    The perfect follow-up to the Mark Taylor series. All the characters are here. A great story to set the settings for a new series. CJ is just the right type of person to take up where Taylor left off. Hoping they stay working together for a while.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Bernie

    Shoot review Shoot is an exciting first book in the CJ Sheridan Thrillers series written by author M. P. McDonald. It is a spin-off of the Mark Taylor series. I hope this one continues for many books.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Robbie

    I always like it when an author combines characters from previous series with a character from a new series. This one is fast-paced and hard to put down. I rate it 4.5 stars.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kristie Knowlton

    Great thriller. The book will keep you on the edge of your seat from the beginning to the end. Picks up where the Mark Taylor series leaves off.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lillian Crabill

  16. 4 out of 5

    Debbie McGrath

  17. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Kindberg

  19. 5 out of 5

    jennet wheatstonelllsl Proc

  20. 5 out of 5

    Charles M Putnam

  21. 4 out of 5

    Gail Hall

  22. 4 out of 5

    Beth

  23. 4 out of 5

    Diamond

  24. 5 out of 5

    Hazel

  25. 4 out of 5

    David Brillhart

  26. 4 out of 5

    pamela kingman

  27. 4 out of 5

    Vivian M. Ronen

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Ruybal

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lorraine Durham

  30. 5 out of 5

    mary phillips

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