About Chuck Barrett

Award-winning author of the Jake Pendleton series—The Savannah Project, The Toymaker, Breach of Power, and DISRUPTION, as well as his 2015 award-winning blockbuster, BLOWNthe first book in his new Gregg Kaplan series. The second in the Kaplan series, Last Chance, was released in October 2018.

Version 6
Last Chance - Chuck Barrett

About Last Chance

Gregg Kaplan’s partner has vanished without a word.

He is inexplicably kept in the dark by his employer, the CIA, and ordered to stand down or face the consequences. Refusing to follow orders, Kaplan strikes out on his own in search of Isabella Hunt, the woman he is in love with.

Following a tip that led him across the country to a small town in Wyoming, he finds himself in trouble once again when two of the town’s bullies assault a young Native American woman. This time it lands him behind bars. Kaplan quickly learns that the men he just put in the hospital are the sons of a wealthy and politically connected land baron.

News Flash

The Savannah Project eBooks are FREE! Download your copy here…look inside for the BONUS and learn how to get even more free downloads.

The Jake Pendleton series, (narrated by Scott Brick) and the Gregg Kaplan series, (narrated by Marc Vietor) are available in audiobook on Audible—Click here for details.

 

Next Event

October 12 — Novel in a Day - Part I
October 19 — Novel in a Day - Part II
October 26 — Novel in a Day - Part III

9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Loveland Public Library — Erion Room
300 North Adams
Loveland, CO 80537
To sigh up — 970-962-2589

Chuck's Blog

Characters Speak For Themselves

Let characters be true to themselves! I’ve been writing novels now for a little over 20 years, albeit the early years were more a learning curve than anything else. My first thriller, The Savannah Project, was published in 2010 and I’ve had 6 more works of fiction published since then (one a short mystery) and…

Read More

Are you an Outliner or a Pantser?

Over the years I’ve run across so many authors who say they outline, some extensively, and declare there is no other way to write a novel than to have an exhaustive outline. I’ve also run across just as many authors, very successful ones I might add, who claim that writing by the seat of the…

Read More

The Premise Line: A great way to kick-start your novel

Every author, from  beginner to seasoned, must make that first decision: What is this story going to be about and where do I start? For some authors, I dare say most, this is their first big hurdle. Once cleared, they are on their way to writing that novel. Questions abound in the beginning. A big…

Read More