NO WAY BACK by Michael Crow The reward from the most recent adventure of Baltimore County narcotics cop Luther Ewing is a six-month suspension. He uses the time to go undercover for the CIA as Terrance Prentice, guarding a South Korean businessman with ties to the U.S. government. Crow continues to develop Ewing as a tough customer who plays by his own rules, which may or may not coincide with those of his position. In the previous two adventures, he accomplished what he wanted to, albeit on a landscape littered with bodies. In this one, the body count is less, but the action is no less constrained. I just hope we never see Ewing and Jack Reacher on opposite sides. Think Chuck Norris and Claude Van Damme slightly restrained by Bruce Willis. Recommended.