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Meet Brady Hawk.

Former Navy SEAL. Former Peace Corps worker. Current blacks ops assassin.

To those with the highest security clearance, it's a line item known only as Project X. But to the half-dozen agents and personnel working for it, it's known as Firestorm, a black ops group so dark that the US president doesn't even know about them yet. And no agent is as skilled as Brady Hawk.

This box set includes First Strike, Deep Cover, and Point of Impact.

©2016, 2017 Green E-Books, LLC (P)2017 Green E-Books, LLC

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Almost an anti-drone rant

Ok, I get it, Paterson hates the use of drones in the war on terrorism. The first book beats you over the head with his paradigm. Please say that up front so readers or listeners can make an informed decision prior to purchasing the book.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Just average

If you're a fan of Mitch Rapp or Scot Harvath, this series won't excite you at all.

Also, some basic editing and proofreading would be worth your money. In one of the fight scenes, the weapon used changed from a gun to a knife in the middle of the scene.

The story line is good. Just written in a way that makes it feel like an episode of law and order- you know exactly where you'll be at the end of the hour.

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Don't Bother

The stories lack depth and detail. Problems are solved 'instantly' without a great deal of development, tension, or detail. We are told about the characters rather than letting their personalities and details unfold through actions. Simple story telling yet confusing story line. And stories are repetitive. Protagonist is sent on mission to save the world yet he spends a good bit of time 'black' with no support, while at least two other story lines are running back home. the narrator is ok. The attempt to do accents at times sound Irish. I turned the series off half way through the second book and went looking for something else to listen to. If you like a story rich in detail, character development try Brad Taylonr's Pike Logan, Jack Coughlin's Kyle Swanson,Brian Haig and Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp.

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3 books of American fighting Terrorism

First Strike
Espionage in the Middle East, with one very competent spy and his handler.

Deep Cover
The recovery and provention of diamonds being passed to the extreme terrorist, who required the gems to fund their reign of terror, as well as the recovery of 4 missles, which had been also fallen into the wrong hands, were the current mission for our duo of Brady Hawk and Handler Alex.
Hawk shows his humane side, with solutions to more than his assigned missions.

Point of Impact
An attempt to murder thousands of Americans, on home soil is again thwarted by the combination of Hawk and handler Alex. The story unravels so much more than this final achievement, and needs to be read, or listened to, to understand the full story line.

I enjoyed the audio rendition of these fantastic novels. The narrator's take on the characters voices, adds another aspect to a very entertaining read.
I love the freedom audiobooks give me to read and also carry out mundane tasks, at the same time.