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When a mysterious client asks former Delta Force operator Case Lee to investigate a rebellion in South America, he uncovers an incredible global conspiracy. Welcome to revolution, murder, and behind-the-curtains intrigue. As events unfold, the spies and mercenaries come to a hard realization. You may mess with a lot on this good earth, but you don't mess with Case Lee.

A murdered wife. A bounty on his head. Case lives an isolated life on the Ace of Spades, an old wooden cruiser plying the waters of the Intracoastal Waterway from Virginia to Florida. His only friends are a collection of former Delta Force teammates spread across the globe. And an enigmatic broker of clandestine information, Jules of the Clubhouse.

Case wants out. But when he returns from South America, bounty hunters arrive. And in their search for him discover his special skills. Very special skills.If you like Jack Reacher and Mitch Rapp, you'll love this new novel from acclaimed author Vince Milam.

©2017 Vince Milam (P)2017 Vince Milam

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Surprisingly Good!!!!

I really enjoyed this first book in the Case Lee series.
Considering this is also a debut novel I think the author did a fantastic job. This book is told in first person.
The protagonist (Case Lee) is former Delta. Living on a boat and off the grid. There's a bounty on him and his DELTA team members. He currently takes freelance jobs, primarily informational. He is introspective, has his own set of principles that include not taking jobs that require killing, however for self preservation or the lives of his former team members he will. Comradeship is of utmost importance.
There's a surprising scene involving a really great character (Bo) towards the end. Actually almost all the team members are pretty interesting. Each ONE occupying a different corner of the states.
This author fleshed out his characters and wrote a believable story.
Tim Dixon does an excellent job narrating.
This book is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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27 of 27 people found this review helpful

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Not What I Expected

I honestly choose this book to fill time until one of my favorite authors had a new book out. I like the military, special- ops books, so thought "why not," with low expectations. I was pleasantly surprised to find myself fully engaged in birth the plot and the characters. Unlike many espionage novels, the characters in this story have depth and question their choices. I look forward to the next book in the series.

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  • Wayne
  • Matthews, NC
  • 04-13-18

A different kind of novel!

I enjoyed The Suriname Job even though there was less action and suspense than expected. There is a lot of interesting introspection by protagonist Case Lee. Narration is excellent.

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  • rlaffoday
  • Lexington, SC, United States
  • 04-02-18

Started slow, but eventually picked up.

Not bad for a beginner in an oversaturated market for the genre. Will continue series.

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Great Book !!!

Great book, I immediately downloaded book 2 of the series. I'm a big Vince Flynn, Brad Thor, and Ben Coe fan and Vince Milam is in this territory with great detail. I'm waiting on the next one!

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  • Bill
  • Seven Fields, PA, United States
  • 09-25-18

A Little Boring

There were some good parts to this book, but the author spent to much time on mundane things. He spend 2 hours of the book on a fly fishing and bird hunting adventure that had nothing to do with the story. The parts that got into the story was good, but it could have been about a 5 hour book rather than the length it was.

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surprisingly good<br />

Does a masterful job of humanizing the characters. Has a lot of action but keeps enough humor and human flaws to make it realistic.

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  • Cary
  • Calabasas, CA, United States
  • 08-30-18

Unique writing style for this genre, Excellent

I pretty much read all professionally published fictional works in the special forces/ spy/assassination genre. Favorite authors or characters include Vince Flynn’ MITCH RAPP; John wells; the grey man series; Gabriel Allon series, etc. Milan actually brings a new depth and color to his story that I’ve not encountered. Almost a spiritual touch. I enjoyed it very much. Nice to see a publisher willing to step outside the formalistic model that currently dominates.

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  • 08-22-18

It was good. Worth a listen.

Story was a little thin, but enjoyable. Maybe he'll get better nectar one. Reading was ok, but a little hokey with female voices, and especially the little girl. Author employed a"deus ex machina", one of my pet peeves.

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What a Great Surprise

Someone else mentioned this book isn't what they expected - Ditto and what a nice surprise. While there is action and intrigue, the story is really about the people, their relationships, their bond, struggles, family .. about living and life. I sure hope they record auidobooks for the next two stories that are available.