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Publisher's Summary

Our Sacred Honor is book six in the best-selling Luke Stone thriller series, which begins with Any Means Necessary (book one), a free download with over 500 five star reviews! 

After being struck by an Iran-backed terrorist attack, Israel gives Iran a 72 hour ultimatum: Clear out your military bases before we destroy them by air. Iran responds: Enter our airspace, and we will launch nuclear attacks on Israel and on all US bases in the Mid-East. 

With 72 hours to stop a nuclear Armageddon, there is only one man to turn to: Luke Stone. The President sends Luke on his boldest mission yet: to airdrop into Iran and find the secret location of the underground nukes, so that the US can take them out before it's too late. 

In a mad race against time, Luke takes us on a roller-coaster through the chaotic and confusing terrain of Iran, as he scrambles to find their most-guarded secrets and prevent a war from destroying all mankind. Yet as one shocking twist follows another, it may, even for Luke, be too late. 

A political thriller with non-stop action, dramatic international settings and heart-pounding suspense, Our Sacred Honor is book six in the best-selling and critically-acclaimed Luke Stone series, an explosive new series that will leave you listening late into the night. 

©2017 Jack Mars (P)2017 Jack Mars

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It could really be!

Great story and so very right on for the current state of the middle east.

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Hotty Luke Stone

What an awesome series. I love Jack Mars writing very suspenseful. Lots of action packed scenes. Very well written. Nail bitting can’t wait for the next book. You won’t be sorry with this series. Thank you all. Thank you KC Kelly for your 5***** performance. You do a superb rendition.

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Outstanding performance and plot

Fast moving story line and drama. K C Kelly is a great narrator with outstanding performance technique. He effortlessly moves between the characters that he portrays. Very believable. I was saddened for the book to end. I have listened to all of Jack Mar's books and look forward to #7. Bruce Rayl p.s. I turn 75 tomorrow, the 19th of February.

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way to go Jack :)

Loved it... well worth the read Jack sure has it dialed in now. Great story!! I can't wait for the next book

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Luke stone and company

I gave every book in this Luke Stone series all 5's. He does great voices, more so of the man, the women's voices could use a little work. I didn't mind at all. I guess I got that from other reviews. I feel from each book I kept learning...cities, territories, & the beliefs from all walks of life. My favorite voices were of Ed Newsome (very funny at times), Luke, & the big guy who gave updates in the situation room. I told my husband that parts in each book left me scared. My opinion is the stories seemed very real. I absolutely love the author & the narrator. Thank you for the in depth stories with so much detail & the great narration. Deed

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The nine lives of Luke Stone continues...

Nuclear crisis and low flying helicopters abound in this continuing saga of FAST action and bravery behind the pages history books aknowlegements...

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Seems like the last few in this series use up the word count on unneeded dribble and then race to the ending. I appreciate the author and like the character but find myself frustrated when the final chapter and close out of a 10 hour story is done in 5 minutes.

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Too much verbiage,relatively little action

Drones in with geopolitical fluff unnecessary to plot development. Action is interesting, but a bit unbelievable.

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Our Sacred Honor

We thought this book was written by a different author. The first 18 chapters was lots of stuff. Weren't sure where it was heading and struggled to hang on. Finally in about 19th chapter it started to get exciting to listen to. It was not our favorite. We are hoping the last one in the series is much better.

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Could be a really good package

I thought is was a one-off but am now convinced. Jack Mars, K.C. Kelly, and the producer act like idiots. Over 267 times the word “nuclear” was pronounced “nuke-U-ler.” This is inexcusable. Who is edit, producing and directing the Audible book? Last book in the series was even worse. The story was a great narrative. The plot was intriguing. Adverbs were not used properly often, e.g. the helicopter crash as the end of the book: Luke held tight to the seat. No he didn’t. He held tightly to the seat. If Jack Mars knew basic grammar or there was an editor who actually proofread the book he’d be delivery top notch product. Regardless, I enjoy the overall story. The workmanship is simply shoddy.