They should've let him go. They should've let him retire in peace. They should've left his woman out of it.
Kharzai Ghiassi has served the US Government his entire adult life. The best infiltration agent they've ever had. Death is not just his business, death is his life. He's gone off the CIA's radar and all they know is that someone is in danger.
When a former soccer star turned Islamic terrorist shows up in Anchorage Alaska, retired Marine Corps Special Operator Marcus ‘Mojo' Johnson and his State Trooper wife Lonnie team up with the FBI's Mike and Hilde Farris to put a stop to the threat that hangs over the city like a hammer about to fall. No one is safe. No one can hide in the Land of The Midnight Sun.
©2012 Basil Sands (P)2012 Basil Sands
Midnight Sun is a good thriller with non-stop action from start to finish.The first chapter is well-written, compelling, gut-wrenching, and offers some excitement and tension along the way.
Another wonderful book by Basil Sands! I would love to see his books become a tv or movie series. Action packed, suspenseful, and just plain awesome! If my husband were to read books, he would love these! I have and would recommend this book to others. can't wait to hear more of his work.
The narration was great as always! I can't say anything bad about this book or any of his books! keep them coming!
I was introduced to Basil Sands back when all his books were free online. I absolutely loved Faithful Warrior and enjoyed 65 Below as well as Karl's Last Flight.
"Midnight Sun" brings the character Kharzai back into the spotlight. He is a fun loving, dangerous, and slightly psychotic deep cover CIA agent who always seems to be in the right place at the right time. The ending leaves room for more books featuring Kharzai which is good. Although you can listen to this book on it's own, I would highly suggest listening to Basil's other books first to get the background.
I struggled whether to leave a 4 or 3 star rating, but ultimately decided on 3. The plot was good, but I found the conversation between characters to be too corny almost to the point of being distracting. That said, I don't regret listening to it and highly recommend Basil's other books.
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