This book wouldn't be out of place in a Shakespearian tragedy if that tragedy included drone strikes, automatic weapons...Drake can't be reasoned with, he can't be bargained with, he doesn't feel fear, and he absolutely will not stop.
The birthday boy is in the big apple. An unexpected call at the oddest location leaves Widow with an, even more, unexpected birthday gift.
A throwback spy story with a modern twist. Reading this story you'd think it was the height of the Cold War with spy games between the British and the Russians. I almost passed on this book when I looked at the cover.
After one of the deadliest attacks on Canadian soil, the Prime Minister is taking the gloves off. Discreet Activities, a secret government black ops-team, has been tasked with finding those responsible and bringing them to justice.
This is the first book in the series. The story of a war-weary black ops soldier who leaves that life behind in an effort to repair his soul. Unfortunately, the world is a dangerous place with plenty of people who'd love nothing better than to watch the world burn.
This book joins Jet from the popular series of the same name and Aidan Snow the main character from Alex Shaw's series.
Billed as the content of WEB Griffin and the action of Jason Bourne. Well he wasn't lying(...)
This was one of those rare books that I could not put down. I recommend this is any action/thriller readers out there(...)
I generally like to read the first few reviews to get a feel for the book and see if it is something I might like but on this one I never got past the title of the first review that said the book had a good plot but too much sex and language (...)
He uses a male/female pairing as the heroines (think Mr. & Mrs Smith with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie). The action scenes keep getting better and the story line is more thought out and interesting (...)