Hail Storme

Hail Storme by W.L. Ripley

Vietnam vet and former pro football player Wyatt Storme is bow-hunting in Missouri when he stumbles upon a hidden field of marijuana…and is attacked by a vicious dog and shot at by a sniper. He reports the violent incident confidentially to the local Sheriff…who is murdered the next day. Storme believes there’s a connection and starts asking questions, unraveling a deadly conspiracy of corruption, drug-trafficking and organized crime… and making himself someone that just about everybody wants dead.

Originally published under the title Dreamsicle


Books by W.L. Ripley

Thunder Storme

Thunder Storme

The fifith Wyatt Storme novel is coming! Storme takes on the Kansas City mob, the Dixie Mafia and a local crime syndicate vying for control of a casino project.

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Eye of the Storme – Audiobook

Eye of the Storme – Audiobook

Wyatt Storme seeks justice for a coed raped by a country music star. Narrated by J. Rodney Turner

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Hail Storme – Audiobook

Hail Storme – Audiobook

The audiobook edition of W.L. Ripley's novel, read by J. Rodney Turner

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Eye of the Storme

Eye of the Storme

Wyatt Storme investigates the rape of a young co-ed in Branson, Missouri in this action-packed, third adventure in the series.

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Reviews For Hail Storme

Hail Storme 5.0

As much joyful bashing as it is "Red Harvest" on uppers, though completely innocent of Hammett's dark vision. Fighting the good fight has seldom been so much atavistic fun

Kirkus Reviews

Hail Storme 5.0

Great fun. Damn fine writing. Jack Reacher with a bow and arrow. Prose beautiful and forceful. Like a clean punch to the jaw.

Phoef Sutton, Emmy-award winning writer of CHEERS and NY Times bestselling author of WICKED CHARMS

Hail Storme 5.0

Storme is one of my all-time favorite series characters, up there with Spenser and Dave Robicheaux

Ace Atkins

Hail Storme 5.0

A lively adventure and an undeniable treat

Library Journal

Hail Storme 5.0

For those of us who still feel an ache for the immortal John D. MacDonald, there might finally be a replacement on the horizon

Tampa Tribune