Tommy Scarred Wolf thought he had smelled the powder for the last time ten years ago. Then somebody messed with his family. With no government willing or able to help out, it's up to Tommy and his detective brother, Vince, to find Vince's kidnapped daughter halfway around the world. But rescuing her is going to take funding, firepower, and friends.
Fortunately, Tommy knows some shooters just crazy enough to tag along - including some survivors from his last suicide mission: retired SEAL team commander Rocco Cavarra; former Delta Force operator Jake McCallum; and the unflappable sniper Leon Campbell. On the ocean, in the jungle, and an urban purgatory, Tommy Scarred Wolf and his warrior brothers will face human traffickers, modern-day pirates, a typhoon, and an ultra-secret black ops team so dangerous even the CIA can't touch them.
There's something far more sinister than just "white slavery" going on here - and it's about to ram these men through a crucible which may never end…except in death.
©2013 Henry Brown (P)2013 Henry Brown
Excellent sequel to Hell & Gone, though only a sequel for the characters. Another great plot with good detail & really good action scenes
Great sequel! The bad-ass band of homicidal misfits are back together for another testosterone fueled adventure through the pirate infested oceans, cities and jungles of Indonesia. In this sequel to "Hell and Gone" Henry Brown really sharpens his writing with a much improved "flow" and a much improved story arc. "Tier Zero" is much more character driven(and developed)than its predecessor focusing a little more on the people rather than the action but don't worry, this is a Henry Brown book, there's still enough blood, bullets and guts to keep even the most hardcore action junkies drooling - just look at the cover art. These books have a kinda old-school "pulpy' feel to them that I really like but don't see(or hear) that much of anymore. The narrator did another outstanding job with the characters both male and female. Don't worry if you haven't read "Hell and Gone", this book can easily be read as a stand alone. Assume book overall!
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