Randall Wood books in order
Randall Wood is an American author of thriller novels, best known for writing the Jack Randall books.
Prior to his career as a writer, he occupied several roles, such as a soldier, bartender, student, teacher, and flight medic. Amidst missions and emergency calls, he would compose stories about his colleagues, frequently featuring unusual settings and circumstances.
He ultimately took the leap of faith and committed to writing full-time, all while balancing the development of his author services company, ScribeCount. This platform streamlines sales reports across various channels and offers other resources beneficial to independent writers.
Randall Wood currently spares his time between the mountainous North Carolina and the sunny beaches of Florida.
He lives with his wife, their three children, three cats, and a Great Dane named Henry.
- Closure (2009)
- Pestilence (2012)
- Scarcity (2013)
- Security (2014)
- Rebellion (2017)
- Resistance (2017)
- Rubicon (2017)
- Revolution (2017)
- Renaissance (2017)
- Rebirth (2018)
Detailed book overview
When someone is murdered by a sniper with a military past, it sets off a nationwide manhunt for an elusive serial killer. FBI Special Agent Jack Randall finds himself appointed to track down and stop the shooter. Not by his superiors, but by the killer himself.
As more bodies fall, the vigilante takes his political messages to the press, earning the support of the public with his choice of targets and confounding the FBI at every turn. From the desert of Nevada to the urban jungle of New York City, Jack and his team follow the trail of bodies and haunting messages left behind by the vengeful killer.
With Jack racing against time, the assassin’s crimes grow bolder, and his message more sinister and closer to home. It becomes clear to Jack that, in order to find the shooter, he will have to look inside his own past and become the man he was years ago.
The bombing of an American Embassy in Africa pulls Special Agent Jack Randall out of his current doghouse status with the FBI and sends him on the trail of one of the worlds most wanted terrorist.
While sifting through the debris, his team discovers a mysterious shipment of medications. Medications they soon discover that are valuable enough to kill for. Jack is forced to embark on two missions, catching the terrorist responsible for the bombing and discovering the source of the medications.
The trail leads him from the deserts of Africa, to the Centers for Disease Control, and on to the higher offices of the United States Government. As the team uncovers the true nature and purpose of the medications, Jack is faced with a decades old plot involving secret treaties, biological warfare, and deadly plagues.
A teenage girl is kidnapped in Mexico City as a young boy in Afghanistan is wounded by artillery fire. A plane crashes in Florida while a man waits for a new heart in Maryland. A senator’s daughter survives a car accident while a captured drug runner makes a deal with the DEA.
Soon all of their fates converge into a twisted web of deceit driven by greed, desperation and hope. As Jack Randall of the FBI and his friend Lenny Hill of Interpol work to untangle the web, they soon discover that evil exist everywhere, and its deeds can be forced on anyone.
Deep under the city of Niagara Falls lies the largest tunnel ever constructed. Soon to be completed it will supply a steady supply of water to the Robert Moses Power Plant, a facility that supplies most of the energy for the upper east coast of the United States. Jack and his team arrive to inspect the security of the project before it goes into operation, but Al Qaeda has other plans.
Taking over the facility the terrorist now hold the staff and the entire eastern seaboard hostage. Jack finds himself cut off and trapped. He has two problems. One, he's 400 feet underground, and two, one of the hostages is his wife. The terrorist think they have the upper hand, but they don't know Jack.
Justice isn't dead...yet.
It’s been two years since Sam Shepherd embarked on a one-man mission to change the judicial system, a mission that ended on live television in front of a stunned nation. His mission became a calling, a movement for change that demanded to be heard. They didn’t listen.
From the ashes of that mission rises a new group, one that has vowed to succeed where Sam failed. Special Agent Jack Randall of the FBI is tasked with stopping them. It promises to be a fight such as he’s never known. This time he’s not after one killer. He’s up against twelve.
While Anna struggles with her new identity, the Shepherds mission continues. But a mistake is made. One that may compromise one of their own.
At the same time, their opposition intensifies, as Special Agent Jack Randall of the FBI returns from the cold to become the head of the investigation. He quickly monopolizes on the Shepherds mistake and zeros in on the band of assassins. But even if he manages to capture one, will the other Shepherds allow it?
With the General refusing to back down, and the White House under increased pressure to defeat them, the Shepherds soon find themselves face-to-face with Jack Randall, and the outcome is like nothing either party expected.
In book three of The Twelve Shepherds Saga we discover that the mission of the Shepherds is more than just the pursuit of justice. The corruption and unscrupulousness of those in power have resulted in a public outcry that can no longer be ignored. With the help of the press the people themselves apply pressure on those in office, and as a result the mission reaches a turning point. The Shepherds now target the root of the problem, knowing that when crossing that line, there is no turning back.
With the escape of the captured Shepherd, Special Agent Jack Randall of the FBI finds himself and his case back to square one. Called back to DC to face the music, he instead chooses to visit Florida and the scene of the latest Shepherd’s target. Getting there was easy, but getting out is something totally different.
When desperate people fleeing the path of a major hurricane chose to do so through the tiny border town of Homeland, Florida, it brings trouble the town is not prepared for. Jack, and his partner Sydney Lewis, only want to get home to DC and pursue their case against the vigilante group known as The Twelve Shepherds. The shortcut looked like a good idea.
NB: Previously published as HOMELAND.
After an unexpected battle with drug traffickers and mother nature, Jack returns to Washington DC, where he finds himself appointed by the president to be the public face of the Twelve Shepherds investigation.
The country and the government now look to him to stop their campaign. But the Shepherds have gone into hiding. With no new leads to pursue, and a growing unrest among the population both for and against the Shepherds actions, Jack finds himself in a no-win situation. He’s forced to wait for the Shepherds to make the next move. His wait won’t be long.
The General has been keeping a close eye on the public’s reaction, and with the nation-wide protests dominating the people’s attention, he launches Rubicon, the final operation of the Shepherds’ plan. It’s a plan that places Jack between two warring tribes. To survive, he may have to pick one.
Jack and his crew are distracted, searching for the escaped assassin, and not knowing that operation Rubicon is in motion. The General and William are determined see Rubicon through, and send the Shepherds out on their final mission.
Haney and The Trust have other plans. But will they be in time? Jack senses something is coming—something big—and he doesn't know that he is now in the sights of both groups. When the final day arrives, it is a day that the citizens of the United States will never forget, a day of new beginnings and fateful ends, a day when everything and everyone will have closure.
Will operation Rubicon succeed? Will Jack survive? Will Anna find her way home? By the time the sun rises, those questions will all be answered. Permanently. Both the nation and Jack will never be the same again. Rebirth is the sixth and final chapter of the Twelve Shepherds Saga.