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"Kill them all." The command has been issued. A purging of the black ops community. And the clandestine agency SIS has been hit hardest. All current and former members marked for termination. Including Jack Noble and his known associates. But when the men behind the operation make it personal, Jack cares less about unraveling their plan and more about exacting vengeance. And he doesn't care who gets in his way.

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Great book, can't wait to listen to the next. Keep up the great work Mr. Ryan and Mr. Holland.

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Outstanding!

I can't stop reading this series. L.T. Ryan has created a set of characters that move from one novel to the next seamlessly and keep the readers riveted to the pulse pounding plot that is filled with non-stop action.

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Hated it! And not only did I struggle to finish . it, but out of 100 chapters,I made it to chapter 15. Barely. At first I thought it was just a typical covert organization spy book. But, the book is far less interesting than most books I've read in this genre. The story was dull and dragged on chapter after chapter. vacillating back and forth from New York to Paris and so on. "Jack Noble" was actually forgotten in some chapters, too much focus elsewhere. The narrator sounded like he should be reading the news or the weather. I was drawn to the series by comparisons to Lee Child's "Jack Reacher" series. Jack Noble didn't even come close. If he were in a Lee Child novel, he would captured or dead by now, and Reacher would have to step in. Jack Noble is not in the same league is Reacher. please stop comparing yourself to him. Fans of Lee Child's, this book is a step down. Sorry, Mr. Ryan.

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