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Publisher's Summary

In a bloody gang initiation gone wrong, Former Marine Staff Sergeant Cal Stokes simultaneously loses his fiancé and is thrust into America's unforgiving criminal underbelly. Never one to back down, the Navy Cross winner is forced to use the skills honed in the Marines along with the assets of his deceased father's company, Stokes Security International (S.S.I.), to track down his enemy and penetrate the world of his enemy. He must seek his own brand of justice... Corps Justice.

What would you do? When America's laws aren't enough... it's time for Corps Justice.

This is Book One in the Corps Justice Series.

©2012 C. G. Cooper (P)2013 C. G. Cooper

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Great book

Enjoyed the book and will continue reading the series. The only drawback is that I didn't care for the narrator.

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5 star story, 4 star narration

I love the characters and the story and the way this book is written. The voice of the narrator takes a lot of getting used to.

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good book bad reading

dudes voice puts you to sleep. hard to get into the book. good plot. it's a deep voice and seems like he is whispering.

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Good story, difficult narration.

The story is great, and you immediately gain a love and respect for the good guy characters. I almost stopped listening early on because the narrator was difficult to listen to. He sounds like Clint Eastwood doing a bad Batman voice. I'm glad I finished, but I hope the next in the series has a different narrator.

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Good read

This is a really good read. I really enjoyed it. I will be reading the next book. Narration was ok

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Suspense and Drama At It's Best

This was the first time I have read a novel by C G Cooper, but won't be the last. I couldn't put it down and loved the personalities of the cast of characters that the author assembled.

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Great Series

Very low deep monotone narration . Books great but needs different narrator. This is the first of a great series. My second runner up author to Vince Flynn.

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So bad, the worst ever

What would have made Back to War better?

A new narrator

What was most disappointing about C. G. Cooper’s story?

didn't get that far the reading was so bad

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Daniel Dorse?

Anyone

Any additional comments?

I could hear the man breathing

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President doesnt have that power.

Better check up on the separation between executive and legislative. President cant fire a Senator.

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Incredibly simplistic - STAY AWAY

They get a 2nd chance and they make sooooo much money. The hot head son of the company founder is boring. The characters are shallow and the story verges on outright racism.

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  • 07-04-18

Change the narrator

I started off listening to this book. The reader was so bad( like an asmatic and 60 cigs a day type of voice) . I got to chapter 3 and gave up. After that I read it. Completely enjoyed it. A lot of action and amazing plot. I will get book 2. But if it has the same reader, I will only get the print version