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Hired to commit a high-profile mob assassination, veteran undercover FBI agent Jake Kruse is plunged into an underworld of espionage and terrorism involving a plot to crash a commercial airliner over the United States. About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. A prominent criminal defense attorney wants to hire Jake on another kind of mission: to kill the daughter of a local crime boss.
The undercover agent is plunged into a deadly underworld of North Korean espionage, Hezbollah terror, and the sinister deception Iran uses to acquire nuclear weapons. Now, national security expert and decorated war hero Oliver North and former US Marine and FBI undercover agent Bob Hamer bring their real life experience to this tightly written tale of international intrigue and down-to-the-wire suspense.
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Oliver North's political thrillers are great fun! Not only are they exciting and well-written, they also feature people of the Christian faith as heroes. This was a bit harder-edged than I'm used to from him--though I was expecting brutal violence, I was surprised to see occasional profanity--but, I enjoyed it. View all 3 comments. At the beginning things were kind of dull. Later on in the book things got more exciting. It appears that Jake is not a Christian, but when Scripture shows up in the story it is referenced to his dead wife and the influence she had on him.
While undercover, he does a lot of lying because of his profession of being undercover. Peter Newman, the hero of Oliver North's previous books is occasionally mentioned in the book. So, Jake is actually an At the beginning things were kind of dull. So, Jake is actually an ex-marine. It is a good read, though not as good as the Peter Newman books.
Sep 20, Nathan Schrock rated it it was amazing. Actually I listened to the audiobook but I couldn't figure out how to add it to my books as an audiobook. I've always loved Oliver North's books, because he has great plotlines and he's a Christian so they're clean. This one does get bogged down at some points with a TON of dialogue, but overall it's a great recreational read with an original story. Feb 29, Ross Rawnsley rated it liked it.
It was my first Oliver North book, as I was totally unaware that he was an author. The downfall, IMO, was that I listened to the audio version, and was not a fan of the reader. He seemed to speak in a monotone, with very little inflection, and hardly any variety in voices as the characters changed or not much that was noticeable. So, I gave it 3 stars in spite of what I considered to be a less than stellar narration. I would certainly read another North novel, so long as there is a different reader. The undercover realities are exceptional.
The North Korean angle certainly seems real. They're not nice Real class act. Disgusting, but the good guys win. Jul 16, John Noll rated it did not like it. Oh, my goodness was this horrible!
The writing was so pathetic it pained me to keep going. Character development?
Not a chance. Interesting plot? I assessed from the acknowledgments this book would include ignorant dogma and I was not disappointed.