In this fourth installment of the Jesse McDermitt series, Jesse faces an antagonist unlike any he's faced before, post-traumatic stress. A friend's son, who was dishonorably discharged from the Corps, is suffering from nightmares, brought on by the incident that was the catalyst for his discharge. With Jesse's help he learns to cope with his demons and gets his discharge overturned, so that he may once again serve the country he loves. Meanwhile, another foe is out to get Jesse, Deuce, and anyone else that gets in the way, including a highly placed government official. When it's learned that the foe is one of their own, all hell breaks loose around the Florida Keys. Half the proceeds from the sale of this book are donated to Homes for Warriors in Brevard County, Florida, to help build and remodel homes for injured military men and women and their families.
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I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
Fallen Pride and the other 8 novels in the series are not great literature, but they are very entertaining suspense/military/espionage thrillers with vivid characters. I find them additive! Listen to the books in the order written for for maximum enjoyment. This is novel 4 in the series and once again the author removes/kills a key character. Nick Sullivan is becoming one of my favorite narrators. I remember him from Vince Flynn's early Mitch Rapp novels before George Guidall took over the Rapp franchise. Sullivan has improved since then.
I am really enjoying the heck out of this series. Thank God for this cool new author & others like him. I can't hardly wait till his other books in this series gets on audio. Hurry up! lol.
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