• The Brady Hawk Series, Books 1-3

  • By: Jack Patterson
  • Narrated by: Dwight Kuhlman
  • Length: 16 hrs and 38 mins
  • 3.8 out of 5 stars (525 ratings)

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The Brady Hawk Series, Books 1-3

By: Jack Patterson
Narrated by: Dwight Kuhlman
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Publisher's summary

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.

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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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