Tag: cia

Book Review: Broken Angel, by Chuck Logan

I will admit, openly, after reading seven Phil Broker books I was apprehensive about a a stand alone novel. Broken Angel, by Chuck Logan. It wasn’t that I worried about Logan’s storytelling ability –the guy clearly proved he knows how to spin a tale. I just became so used to Logan writing about Broker, I […]

Book Review: Oath of Honor, by Matthew Betley

Matthew Betley joined the Marines in 1999 and spent ten years as a scout sniper platoon commander, an infantry officer, and a ground intelligence officer. His background and experience have allowed him an amazing opportunity to slip into his current role as the author of military thrillers. I read his first book, OVERWATCH, in a […]

Book Review: KILL SHOT, by Vince Flynn

So. I just finished reading the second book in the Mitch Rapp saga. KILL SHOT picks up pretty much where AMERICAN ASSASSIN left off. Basically, Mitch Rapp works for an off-chute branch of the C.I.A. Black-Ops. He does things that need to get done, and without too many people knowing the details. He is essentially […]

Book Review: Jurassic Dead

I was given an Advance Review Copy of JURASSIC DEAD by David Sakmyster and Amazon Best Selling author, Rick Chesler. This was in exchange for an honest review. I hate to say this book was a cross between something written by¬†Michael Crichton and Joe McKinney, but . . . it was. That is not a […]