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.
The discovery of a brutal murder sends Colt Ryder on a mission of vengeance that will take him into the hidden world of the Dark Web. The Devil's playground.
The title caught my eye. It's an interesting prospect that the title implies, that this hitman had no soul. I guess you could argue that anyone capable of killing another human for money has to be soulless.
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.
I have a love-hate relationship with author John Locke. I love to see when he releases a new book and I hate when I see he's released a new book.
A series you have to be sick to love. I guess that's telling as I do love the series. As a fan I say you have to add this to your library.(...)
A hit man betrayed...those that stand against Tanner might not live to regret. The very thing that makes someone hire Tanner is the same thing that will bring their destruction.
If your any kind of action/thriller fan then these 3 books should be in your library. This review will cover all three of the current books.(...)
This is a short, fast, action packed book that gets your adrenaline pumping.JC, Joan, Duke, and Theo make up the main characters of this series.(...)
This book joins Jet from the popular series of the same name and Aidan Snow the main character from Alex Shaw's series.
The thrill and action factor are high and fans of the series will know the cost of war by the end of the book.(...)