The Right Way
James Bishop, ex-Marine, isn't looking for trouble. But trouble has a knack of finding him.
Dropping off a friend at Chicago's busy Union Station, Bishop sees a woman on the concourse acting suspiciously. She is clearly in distress, but when he tries to talk to her she disappears onto a train. With nothing but his gut instinct to rely on, he follows her and immediately becomes embroiled in a cat and mouse game in which nothing is as it appears to be.
Bishop must figure out why this woman is on the train and why she is so determined to keep hold of the bag she brought onto it. Does she really need help or could she be involved in something far more sinister?
Only Bishop can find the right way to deal with this problem. And he's prepared to do anything that it takes to fix it.