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Don't Worry, You'll be Safe

(Jack Bass Black Cloud Chronicles #4)

4.30  ·  Rating details ·  120 ratings  ·  18 reviews
˃˃˃ A Reason To Live

After the murder of his wife and unborn child, Jack Bass longs for death. He welcomes it until Amanda, his lovechild with Lori Darden, unexpectedly enters his life. Jack tries to shroud his new life with his daughter in privacy, determined that the events of his past should not threaten his daughter. But no matter how hard he tries Jack cannot avoid t

Kindle Edition, 232 pages
Published June 4th 2015
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Aug 14, 2017 rated it liked it
Overall, I think this is a good book filled with suspense, mystery and adventure. I did note that there were several editing mistakes throughout the book, such as, misspelled words and strangely placed commas (at the start of a word), that I found somewhat distracting to the flow of the story.
For the most part, I enjoyed reading 'Don't Worry, You'll Be Safe'. It had an interesting storyline and a fascinating plot. I wasn't a huge fan of the main character, Jack Bass. I understand that this was B
Aug 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this book. There were several typos and misspellings: however, this does not affect my opinion. Jack Bass has endured more than any mortal should have to. I admired his intelligence and kindness. Having said that, I feel the author should widen his repertoire of insults. Dumbass, although accurate, was used quite often.
This book raises several issues. Personally I enjoyed the scenes where Jack was teaching Amanda how to shoot. And my opinion in these days and times it can be essential
Julie Baswell
Aug 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Jack Bass suffers from PTSD. In recent years he’s lost his pregnant wife Janice, Amy a coworker, and Lori, a fellow officer that he was protecting. They were all three killed as retribution to Jack for foiling the plans of some very bad people who only cared about making loads of money, no matter who died from it. Now Jack has been drawn into the mystery of who is kidnaping homeless veterans, and having them turn up dead with an illegal drug in their systems. On top of that, this abomination to ...more
Alicia (aka Rozzie) Chamberlain
Jack Bass goes on another adventure hunting a murder ring in this fourth book in the series. I really liked this book and the things it brings to your attention. The characters are interesting, and Jack's background has you sucked right in even if you never read the other books.

Jack has had a really difficult past. He discovers his love child after his wife and unborn baby die. It just sounds crazy and shocking. Since he now has his daughter, he is very protective and what he can to protect her.
Aug 14, 2017 rated it liked it
Interesting read

Don't worry, You'll be Safe is the first book I've read in the Jack Bass Black Cloud Chronicles. The author Edwin Dasso did an excellent job of incorporating the back story of the previous books for those like me who havent read the entire series. This novel follows the story of Jack Bass a retired army medic, with a serious case of PTSD, who unwittingly gets involved in an extremely dangerous situation. Once Jack realizes the stakes he does all he can to help his pal, FBI agent
Patricia German
Oct 28, 2017 rated it really liked it

This is a very good book. Don't let the beginning get u to not read more. It gets much better as it goes on. It is full of nasty killing men and women, intense moments, history of our veterans lives and fears and woes as you go on into the book. Some won't like this book for the gruesomeness described in it, don't let it bother you, that is life around us now. Some of the killing is senseless to us but then we face evil in many ways, now you learn some of the fear and terror our vets have ex
Ann Pratley
Apr 21, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Wow, what a story. Although this seems to be book #4 in a series, it is the first that I've read and it didn't matter that I hadn't read the previous three. This is a powerful story with a great pace and I would definitely read more in this series. Action, adventure mixed up with a great insight into the struggles and humanity of the main character and supporting characters. Awesome storywriting and flow. Highly recommend it for an adventurous action story! ...more
Steve Hildebrand
Mar 13, 2018 rated it liked it
Enjoyed but confusing

This was a good story filled with lots of action but it seemed at times to lose it's flow and become confusing. There were times when it was difficult to figure out what the author was describing even upon re-reading and trying to clarify. The characters were developed nicely but thought too much time was spent on PTSD.
Karen Rigsby-Ferree
Feb 06, 2018 rated it really liked it
Excellent read!

I had never read thiS author but I must say that I am happy to have done so! Jack Bass is fascinating! His relationships are faceted, and the storyline held me captive! Wow...already getting the other ones in series to catch up!
Oct 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
very good, look forward to reading the next installment
Diana Ward-Pickering
Feb 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book - great adventure and suspense. There were a few typos but that didn;t detract from the story - a great read!
Andrew Harvey
Oct 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
Bit slow to start but later got into it, good story some good action second half of the book was good right up to the end.

Diane E
Dr. Bass must have nine lives

Homeless vets are disappearing and many are found at a later time dead. Not good . The FBI are on it only too slow for Jack.
Anelle Ammons
Jul 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Edwin Dasso just keeps getting better. With this new story about Dr Jack Bass, the reader is drawn in to the characters, the plot, and even curious about the villains. You don't need to have read any of the other black cloud books to know what is going on in this story, and really get a full story from this book. The new characters in the book really help add to Jack Bass and his story, making him a relatable character.

This book not only brings a fun, suspenseful mystery to life, but it also bri
,christina v. szeluga
Oct 29, 2016 rated it really liked it
Found another continuing character.. Found another medical series written by a doctor..

As a nurse I am drawn to medical background characters and plots. I could not put it down. Cannot wait for next one.
Nov 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing
great series, couldn't put them down. Four stories they just kept getting better. I think it's going to be a long time before I find an author that can have the same effect. ...more
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Aug 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Everyone seems to be in the zombie craze these days and this book addresses a zombie like scenario where former veterans are turned into zombies by using a medication that makes even the most out of control psychotic patients turn into walking, order-taking, defenseless shells. Enter Jack Bass, a former Army doctor who has seen more than his fair share of troubles and had more than his fair share of psychos try to kill him. Can he save the veterans from the people behind this sinister plan again ...more
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