This has become a "talkie" series with much less action. Kinda humdrum, actually. I'm still wondering how Cain got a handgun through security at Syracuse airport. This whole series is in desperate need of good editor. I am not a fan of the "Perils of Pauline" cliffhanger endings. Seems to me it lets the author off the hook in concluding his books. There is no story wrap up, just "tune in tomorrow." I'll try a different series and see if he uses this artifice there also. If he does, I will have to drop this author from my readig list. So, stay tuned.
After reading the first book, I was hooked! I immedately ordered all three books. The writer allows readers to feel the action. I became engrossed with Cain's many ups and downs. I highly recommend this book to those who like action stories with a twist.
I read all four or the Cain series and highly recommend them to those who enjoy fast paced action with a touch of human interest. The novels are short by some standards, but there is no filler to slow things down. Start with the first book in the series and work your way through them for maximum enjoyment.
Ridiculous events. Two weeks after brain surgery picked for mission because he's the best. one they have. Really? Jumps from above onto top of moving train going over 75 mph. Anyone else would know this is suicide. happy ending. Hope this series is retired.
Mr Ryan needs a little more research on the diagnosis and description of seizures. That aside, it is a good continuing story line. It is not as interesting as the first 2 but it is a connection to the last book.